[ubuntu-uk] Certification [Free]
dave at hansonforensics.co.uk
Tue Oct 4 11:55:15 UTC 2011
2011/10/4 Juan J. <reidrac at usebox.net>
> On Tue, 2011-10-04 at 12:45 +0100, Colin Law wrote:
> > [...]
> > > Thanks for the advice Avi
> > >
> > > "On an entirely unrelated note, your signature amused me. I've never
> > > a company both explain how insecure email is and assume it's secure
> > > in the same wall of signature."
> > >
> > > ^^^^^^ It doesn't? It's stating that the information maybe
> confidential. i.e. relating to legal proceedings, the insecure email notice
> acknowledges that during transit or storage the email contents could change
> and I'm not liable. -- Think forensics.
> > So just who is the "intended recipient" who is allowed to access,
> > disclose, copy, distribute or rely on the contents? All the rest of
> > us could easily commit a criminal offence by so doing, apparently.
> The amusing part is that instead of signing the mails with any of the
> available standards (S/MIME, PGP/GPG; any other else?), there's a notice
> stating that the message (including the notice) may have been modified
> by a third party :)
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
Okay, Okay. I give in. It could be clearer as to what I mean. I'll re-write
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