I saw this strange thing...
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 10:34:52 CEST 2008
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Today I downloaded 7z archiver, I was using firefox, and when the
download windows opened, I saw:
"You chose to open the file
which is: GnuPG Encrypted/Signed File
Do you want to save this file?"
And the icon of the file was the green sheet with a green lock. After
the download finished, I tried to "verify" it using GPGtools, but as I
had expected, it couldn't verify it. So my question is, what kind of
relation could that file have with gpg? It was the installer file
(doubleclick, and the install process starts), so, I don't think it
could be a passwordless encrypted with gpg symmetric encryption... or
could it be?
Maybe my firefox just made a mistake... or not?
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