What are those attachments you have on your email?

Juan Miguel Navarro Martínez juanmi.3000 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 25 14:31:37 CET 2016

On 2016-11-25 at 14:12, David Adamson wrote:
> I noticed you have two, one called 0x4218732B.asc and another
> called signature.asc.  Am I correct in assuming your first one is your
> public key?  The second one I'm not sure what it is for.  I thought
> maybe you were signing your public key so I ran the following but got
> a BAD signature message so I thought maybe it's for something else 

The first one is indeed the public key, the second one most likely is
the signature for the email using PGP/MIME. If you have PGP-supported
email client (like Claws) or the email client have a PGP pluging (like
Thunderbird+Enigmail) it should be able to verify it. Otherwise, it
looks like a normal message (or empty if PGP/MIME encrypted) with a
signature.asc file (sometimes called differently) as an attachment.

Juan Miguel Navarro Martínez

GPG Keyfingerprint:
5A91 90D4 CF27 9D52 D62A
BC58 88E2 947F 9BC6 B3CF

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