Email authentication??

Mr. Bad
22 Jan 2000 14:39:24 -0800

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>>>>> "B" == Bad <> writes:
B> 3) The user can then use a mail program to "sign" the B> message. [...] The "signature" will be a few lines of text around the body B> of the message. You can see an example in this current email B> message. One thing that I forgot to mention, and that many new users forget, is that -after- the message is signed, they _should_not_ edit the message. The signature is for the message AS IS. Even changing a single space or return will invalidate the signature! If they need to edit the message after signing, they should go back to the original message text, edit _THAT_, and then re-sign the message. ~Mr. Bad - -- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mr. Bad <> Pigdog Journal | | RoR - Alucard ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.1 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see iD8DBQE4ijGQbZezvPSYodkRAvnZAJ0VsynBkqHtJdyt107igsTSqNRTJACfVjSZ hnPeBhVW7LSt2I0rvoqIyq4= =q6qw -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----