MIME or inline signature ?
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Mon Feb 16 00:07:25 CET 2015
> A "bad signature" _only shows one thing_: The message was modified
> along the way from the signing process (at the senders computer) to
> the verification process (at your computer).
It doesn't even show that.
The modification can be in the signature, not the message -- meaning
it's possible to have an entirely unchanged message, but still have a
A good signature verifies message integrity. A bad signature does not
confirm tampering: it only states the integrity is not assured.
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