Keith Moore <moore(_at_)cs(_dot_)utk(_dot_)edu> writes:
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Whoopee -- anybody with a working printf can forge such a line,
so that doesn't seem to do much.
Well, duh. Obviously you need something stronger than a header field
which doesn't contain any way of verifying what message it was attached
to. Take the input message, canonicalize it, hash that, sign the hash,
put the signature in the header field. Not rocket science (though the
canonicalization step is a bit tricky to get right)
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