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Re: [ietf-smtp] DKIM encryption, was Request for discussion

2013-10-20 00:15:21
"John Levine" <johnl(_at_)taugh(_dot_)com> writes:

Yes, the design of /encrypted separates meta-data from encrypted 
content, but the encrypted content could be a message, yes?

Sure.  Fire up your favorite S/MIME aware MUA, open a message, forward
it as an attachment to someone whose key you know and tell it to sign
the forwarded message.  Works great, recipient will see the attached

Likewise for OpenPGP messages, for what it's worth.  (Which of S/MIME or
OpenPGP one uses seems to be heavily driven by what community one is part
of.  S/MIME appears to be the standard among the Windows security people,
but the Linux distribution security folks use OpenPGP essentially

Russ Allbery (rra(_at_)stanford(_dot_)edu)             
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