On 9/15/2010 12:32 PM, John Levine wrote:
S/MIME has 2nd party signatures, where you encrypt something using the
recipient's public key. ADSP has no equivalent.
Signatures means authentication. authentication uses the sending-side private
key. Receive-side public keys are used for privacy, not authentication.
Here's where you get to supply the point that a) defines 2nd party sig for
s/mime, and b) makes clear that I'm wrong...
As of now, I've no idea what your statement about S/MIME means.
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