Tue Jun 10 16:46:02 2003
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| On Monday 09 June 2003 09:52, CL Gilbert wrote:
|>I have gpg 1.2.2 using netscape 1.3.1 and enigmail. I got a SPAM email,
|>and when I click on it, it pops up a box asking for my gpg password,
|>suggesting that the 5 minutes have timed out. I have message body as
|>simple HTML set. yet this is poping up anyway. Is their some possible
|>legitimate reason why I am being asked for the password to my secret
|>key? Of course the pwd is no good unless they key is also possesed,
|>which only I have. So I am sort of shocked by this. Any ideas?
|>I think I will post to enigmail group this question as well.
|>Thanks for tips. Oh, and I can forward to email to anyone that wants to
|>see if it does it on their comp too.
| I don't think it's anything bad or wrong, *but*, just to make sure
| have a trojan that does keylogging, go here and download and run
| as root in a console (make sure you read the readme and/or
| compile it correctly):
I am pretty sure I am trojan free. But Ill keep that in mind. Just
wondering if it were possible the email was causing it or if it were
some mozilla/enigmail bug. Its still doign it so I am not real sure.
seems plain enough, but the signature is funny.
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Carl L. Gilbert
Free Java interface to Freechess.org
"Then said I, Wisdom [is] better than strength: nevertheless the poor
man's wisdom [is] despised, and his words are not heard." Ecclesiastes 9:16
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