Tue Mar 6 19:46:06 2001
That's exactly what I want. I'd like to receive an encrypted document via
HTTP, decrypt the document, and be able to verify that the signer of the
document is the same person that sent me the document.
Satish Artham, Co-Op Developer, Screaming Solutions Ventures Inc.
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From: Nick Andriash [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, March 05, 2001 2:41 PM
Subject: Re: beginner questions,
On March 5, 2001, at 10:01:37 AM, Ingo Klöcker Wrote:
>> 2) Is there any way to output the signature as part of the document
>> upon decrypting a signed doc?
IK> Sorry, I don't understand what you want to do.
Perhaps he is wanting the verification information included in the
original document once the signature has been verified... along the lines
of how Eudora and Outlook include it:
*** PGP Signature Status: good
*** Signer: Ingo KlÃ¶cker <email@example.com> (Invalid)
*** Signed: 05/03/01 10:01:37 AM
*** Verified: 05/03/01 11:39:47 AM
*** BEGIN PGP VERIFIED MESSAGE ***
-=N.J. Andriash | Vancouver, B.C. Canada=-
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