no, it's not an email client problem, it's what I said at the start
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Wed Apr 4 00:30:59 CEST 2007
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randux at Safe-mail.net wrote:
> It's either a GnuPG problem or an RFC problem.
It's a GnuPG bug if and only if it is not behavior specified by the RFC.
Given that GnuPG is correctly implementing the RFC here, that
means--drumroll, please--it is not a bug in GnuPG.
Nor, for reasons I've already explained, is it a bug in the RFC.
Although if you want to continue to argue that it is, please take it to
the IETF OpenPGP working group mailing list. Beating the dead horse
here will do nothing except give the poor beast postmortem bruising.
The IETF OpenPGP WG mailing list is the place where change can actually
> It's possible to add
> or remove or modify text in a clearsigned message.
It is not feasible to undetectably remove, add, or modify text in a
Your example adds, modifies, etc., text in the _signature_.
The _message_ remains protected.
> Why all the excuses and flaring tempers...have I insulted anyone?
I have explained this in clear English several times. This is not a
GnuPG bug; this is not an RFC bug; this is not something the developers
need to fix; this is, at best, an issue for the IETF OpenPGP WG and the
mailing lists for the various MUAs. Please take it there.
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