How to use the Apple Product Security PGP Key + Protecting Security Information ~~ F.Y.I.
Joseph Oreste Bruni
jbruni at me.com
Mon Feb 23 17:09:41 CET 2009
On Feb 23, 2009, at 8:49 AM, gerry_lowry (alliston ontario canada)
> How to use the Apple Product Security PGP Key
> Protecting Security Information
> F.Y.I.: I've not noticed anything similar from Microsoft and other
> software companies.
> Most seem to be happy with MD5 and SHA1 for files and nothing else.
> Also, Apple even provides links to PGP Corporation and GnuPG plus
> its key and key ID.
> This is our PGP key which is valid until May 15, 2010
> Key ID: 0x8A648901 Key Type: RSA Expires: 5/15/10 Key Size:
> Fingerprint: 39EC C76A 3D62 7062 C321 10B2 7928 75E8 8A64 8901
> UserID: Apple Product Security
> This from Apple is like an endorsement of PGP/GPG technology.
One of the bugs I filed with Apple is how their Product Security group
uses PGP signatures for the advisories, but their own Mail application
only supports S/MIME and certificates. This is fine, but I'd like to
see them be a bit consistent.
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