can you deny you sent a signed e-mail?
Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder
avbidder at fortytwo.ch
Wed Apr 28 09:14:15 CEST 2004
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On Tuesday 27 April 2004 10.22, Geert Hendrickx wrote:
> GPG gives us a method for signing our e-mails so the addressee can be
> sure it was sent by yourself.
> But what about the inverse question: can you deny that you sent an
> e-mail which has been signed using you secret key?
You can always publish the secret key (but of course, explicitly
publishing your secret key will make anybody think that something is
fishy.) Other than that, plead a break-in and hope somebody believes
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