I like the new wording.
- John Pawling
At 05:12 PM 2/25/98 -0800, Paul Hoffman / IMC wrote:
At 04:26 PM 2/25/98 -0500, David P. Kemp wrote:
1) Sec 1.1.1: The first paragraph was a bit difficult to parse.
Recommend changing it to: "Not all messages need to be triple wrapped.
Triple wrapping is used when a message must be signed, then encrypted,
and then have authenticated attributes bound to the encrypted body.
Outer attributes may be added or removed by the message originator or
intermediate agents, and may be authenticated by intermediate agents or
the final recipient."
This looks good to me. Do others like the new wording?