plausibly deniable

Doug Barton dougb at
Fri Jul 23 21:27:44 CEST 2010

On Fri, 23 Jul 2010, Faramir wrote:

> Doug Barton escribió:
>> On Thu, 22 Jul 2010, Faramir wrote:
> ...
>>>  I don't see the signature, nor the claim about it being signed. I saw
>>> an attachment, but Thunderbird didn't say it was a signature...
>> If you navigate to the message in Thunderbird and then type Ctrl-U, then
>> scroll down you'll see this in the attachment:
>> Content-Type: application/pgp-signature; name="signature.asc"
>> Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="signature.asc"
>  Right. However, Thunderbird doesn't show the usual message about
> signatures... something is not working right.

Right, hence my query. :)  I just wanted to be sure I wasn't missing 
something, the ways that different clients implement PGP/MIME is really, 
um, challenging.

>> I'm working on my PGP/MIME filter for Alpine at the moment, so I'm
>> turning over more rocks than usual. :)
>  Good luck with it ;)

Thanks!  I am pretty close to wrapping it up, and I'm going to post a 
message about the release candidate version soon (unless someone 
objects). I am doing many c!3v3R h4x with sed to munge the messages for 
verification and display, and I will need some linux testers to be sure 
I haven't broken anything. But I don't want to get too far OT ...



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