After having evaluated the potential use of S/MIME to sign and encrypt my mails (see Reading older mails signed with a certificate that has meanwhile expired) I have now also had a look at PGP as an ...
A few years ago I have used S/MIME certs to sign (and encrypt) my mails. The reason for which I stopped signing was the following: My (class 2) cert was issued on Jan. 1st 2008 (just a sample). It ...
I'm using Thunderbird with Enigmail. It has both encrypt and sign options for sending PGP emails -- but why is an email signature needed? It just looks overkill to me! Alice and Bob can use PGP to ...
We're using an email sending service (fairly known) to send our emails. We made DNS changes so that emails going through them would pass SPF and DKIM. A few days ago we noticed that they allow any ...
Since a few weeks I have set up my google apps domain to use DKIM for all outgoing mail. Does this mean that everyone that is in possession of a copy of the message can verify that it really ...
In considering whether or not I want to join the big web o' trust and put my keys on a key server, I got to thinking about how it would affect my e-mail address' exposure. I generally try to keep my ...