I understand the basic nature of High Assurance Certificates. You pay more money for a certificate and the Certificate Authority investigates your company to a greater degree. After that occurs and they sign your certificate, then the Organization name appears in the URL for various modern browsers (Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari).
But let's say I want to create my own High Assurance Certificate Authority. (Let's say for a company intranet). Does anyone know any details on how this occurs? Do I simply have the text "High Assurance" in the Common Name for my CA?
What part of the certificate on the Root CA indicates that it is "High Assurance" or rather that the company has been investigated? Or is it part of the Root CA at all?