gniibe at fsij.org
Tue Feb 23 02:08:04 CET 2016
While we translate the "Email Self-Defense" guide into Japanese, I
have a thing (or will have more) to clarify.
In this section 5b, it says:
When using GnuPG, make a habit of glancing at that bar. The
program will warn you there if you get an email encrypted with a key
that can't be trusted.
"The program" here means Enigmail with GnuPG, I suppose.
I think that it's quite rare to encounter this particular case; a user
would need to have a revoked or expired key (of themselves).
If it means an email with signature (encrypted or not), it makes more
sense to me. I think that it would be better to explain more likely
How do you think?
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