Slightly OT: Verify certificate?
cannewilson at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 4 11:14:04 UTC 2008
On Wednesday 04 June 2008 10:55:18 David Boles wrote:
> Anne Wilson wrote:
> > On Wednesday 04 June 2008 09:56:45 g wrote:
> >> Anne Wilson wrote:
> >>> KMail, reading the CentOS mailing list.
> >> whole new ball game.
> >>> I believe that someone has attached a genuine certificate to his mail,
> >> > in which case this is probably a development that will recur.
> >>> Hence my question.
> >> highlight his email, press <ctrl+u> and view his email. what ever is
> >> triggering will/should show up.
> > Ctrl-u does nothing, but the headers show that it is an S/MIME signature.
> > I'm out most of today, but maybe google will help when I get back.
> Been watching this thread. Is the sender using Thunderbird? It is possible
> in TB, might be with others, to use a Thawte certificate to sign email.
> Sign only to prove the author is the author.
He is. Th's not a Thawte, per se:
CN=AAA Certificate Services,O-ComodoCA Limited,L=Salford,ST=Greater
but I'd assume that it is that same procedure. So - the question remains, how
does one check it?
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