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  1. What the heck does this mean??

    Old Signed: 04/12/06 at 17:07:21, Decrypted


    old signed????????


  2. Re: What the heck does this mean??

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    Hash: RIPEMD160

    Dirty Harry wrote in
    news:0u7r32p531opge959vi9vtlur4th91pbr4@4ax.com:

    > Old Signed: 04/12/06 at 17:07:21, Decrypted
    >
    >
    > old signed????????


    When you receive a signed email, the PGP 9.x email proxy will by default
    indicate that the received email was signed. If you then send that on to
    someone else, such as when including the original text in your reply, the
    email proxy will change the notation to this, so that the receiver of the
    email will not mistake it for a current signature.

    If you attempt to forge a signature to someone using PGP 9.x by including
    the Signed notation on your outgoing email, the receiving email proxy will
    change the notation to this; to indicate that the received email did not
    have a true/valid signature on this receipt.

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    Comment: My PGP FAQ: http://www.mccune.cc/PGP.htm

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  3. Re: What the heck does this mean??

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    >> Old Signed: 04/12/06 at 17:07:21, Decrypted
    >>
    >>
    >> old signed????????

    >
    >When you receive a signed email, the PGP 9.x email proxy will by default
    >indicate that the received email was signed. If you then send that on to
    >someone else, such as when including the original text in your reply, the
    >email proxy will change the notation to this, so that the receiver of the
    >email will not mistake it for a current signature.
    >
    >If you attempt to forge a signature to someone using PGP 9.x by including
    >the Signed notation on your outgoing email, the receiving email proxy will
    >change the notation to this; to indicate that the received email did not
    >have a true/valid signature on this receipt.


    Thanks once again oh PGP guru.

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    =d7SL
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    Dirty Harry

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