Virus-checking software flagging GNUpg signatures?
Thu Jan 17 13:29:01 2002
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If you could name the attached signature it might help. Most Windows users
would be rightfully weary of "Attachment: 1". Else, do a plain text
signature for easy, unquestionable viewing.
On Wednesday 16 January 2002 11:22 pm, you wrote:
> Hello all,
> At one point, there was a breakdown in communication between myself
> and someone else which began shortly after 11 September. He (a
> Windows user) accused me of sending him viruses via e-mail.
> My e-mail, then, as now, typically consists of a plain text message
> and a GNUpg signature. I don't believe my signature has changed in
> any way since that time. At the time, I shook my head in despair and
> gave up.
> He now claims that his anti-virus software (Norton or Symantec) must
> have flagged my e-mail. Is this even a rational possibility?
George Schoelles <email@example.com>
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