files with different md5, but signature checks out ok?

Andreas Hasenack
Thu Nov 22 13:59:02 2001

Em Thu, Nov 22, 2001 at 12:34:52AM +0100, Ingo Klöcker escreveu:
> In the signature there is a bit which indicates if the signature was 
> calculated in binary mode or in text mode (treats all line endings as 
> CR/LF). So it has to be specified during signature creation if the data 
> is text or binary data.

That signature was generated with mutt, and mutt calls gpg with the -t
parameter which does what you describe. When -t is not used, the signature
only checks out ok for the original file, and not for the mangled one
anymore as expected.