• signed cleartext test

    From August Abolins@2:221/360 to All on Saturday, January 25, 2020 19:25:44
    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA256

    Testing updated TB68+Enigmail/GPG plugin here with signed clear-text.

    In outbound email, TB/Enigmail seems to be generating an rogue "Â" as
    per below.

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA256
    Â
    Now I reply..  from new TB at Win7pc.

    On 25/01/2020 10:39 a.m., August A wrote:
    > Let's see how this looks.
    >

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
    Â
    iQEzBAEBCAAdFiEE0OsqKVIE8xZ+slA87w6JZVeJWJsFAl4sYWMACgkQ7w6JZVeJ
    WJskHAf9GQAJ4FtsHpCOgXGeZxzF56/B/7rSUQ1TAerAsgvcrdDKz/4zOXh5UeEu
    UwsLQ3jTLTmZJftBPx58JP/LTBlc2q5gBGuOu46FkbaFngrm/ubG4vgCNQ2DbfOU
    C+NJjx26R7TS+Vr9HZn5xdLEGczlRk6Wz0I8QHFLUp/cqMEgUiuiSSFoYB5UbCWX
    2QN3A5OB4rLJm9+h9jk0Zj0FVrnqYJSqSIUEsGFK4y4BO198q2ZA95wj4pa9ZgcL
    j4BHPd5v7/ZLezB3UFBeDxt+/uUq+8vCwiUOrDdxhrLyy76yrd8ahx6QUChORhHu
    EWwXTE6ZTw9zMqPHiqtrtDdXWtbR2g==
    =7pgO
    -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

    Just checking to see if the same thing happens in echomail, and if
    anyone else sees it.

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----

    iQEzBAEBCAAdFiEE0OsqKVIE8xZ+slA87w6JZVeJWJsFAl4segoACgkQ7w6JZVeJ WJvyAggApGCoTf177EUQk58ziuUlMxiTvAF81uai8D/TACaGlmupZaUMeKHS87d6 Hi++67aKAzEAHthwl8asG9MmrYBfKurIKw0pjQNHwUh1mClkNex0JzFu76WNDWZf Vx+T7Y3j20BnKeciPua32zNi03s6Fgu1tNgfSDE/kakHtCwtNQS4wgCT/rq10pOJ TU76e+nUKd2BSuU1HwqJWNq6FxYMbO8z2BAUj4rFW3K83ldqkZMA7GzvD7c7WeKN I9PvGGRcR8LzpcbF5Zz7xuDi0it4mBnwbcyNYILyXEbAUdRXeuSfAo9bV4l2xsS5 aog6gLbCwHmglPBtKE4ssdwgJN0v2Q==
    =K1p+
    -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to August Abolins on Saturday, January 25, 2020 21:33:53
    Hi August,

    On 2020-01-25 19:25:44, you wrote to All:

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA256

    Testing updated TB68+Enigmail/GPG plugin here with signed clear-text.

    In outbound email, TB/Enigmail seems to be generating an rogue "Â" as
    per below.

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA256
    Â
    Now I reply..  from new TB at Win7pc.

    On 25/01/2020 10:39 a.m., August A wrote:
    Let's see how this looks.


    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
    Â
    iQEzBAEBCAAdFiEE0OsqKVIE8xZ+slA87w6JZVeJWJsFAl4sYWMACgkQ7w6JZVeJ
    WJskHAf9GQAJ4FtsHpCOgXGeZxzF56/B/7rSUQ1TAerAsgvcrdDKz/4zOXh5UeEu
    UwsLQ3jTLTmZJftBPx58JP/LTBlc2q5gBGuOu46FkbaFngrm/ubG4vgCNQ2DbfOU
    C+NJjx26R7TS+Vr9HZn5xdLEGczlRk6Wz0I8QHFLUp/cqMEgUiuiSSFoYB5UbCWX
    2QN3A5OB4rLJm9+h9jk0Zj0FVrnqYJSqSIUEsGFK4y4BO198q2ZA95wj4pa9ZgcL
    j4BHPd5v7/ZLezB3UFBeDxt+/uUq+8vCwiUOrDdxhrLyy76yrd8ahx6QUChORhHu
    EWwXTE6ZTw9zMqPHiqtrtDdXWtbR2g==
    =7pgO
    -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

    Just checking to see if the same thing happens in echomail, and if
    anyone else sees it.

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----

    iQEzBAEBCAAdFiEE0OsqKVIE8xZ+slA87w6JZVeJWJsFAl4segoACgkQ7w6JZVeJ WJvyAggApGCoTf177EUQk58ziuUlMxiTvAF81uai8D/TACaGlmupZaUMeKHS87d6 Hi++67aKAzEAHthwl8asG9MmrYBfKurIKw0pjQNHwUh1mClkNex0JzFu76WNDWZf Vx+T7Y3j20BnKeciPua32zNi03s6Fgu1tNgfSDE/kakHtCwtNQS4wgCT/rq10pOJ TU76e+nUKd2BSuU1HwqJWNq6FxYMbO8z2BAUj4rFW3K83ldqkZMA7GzvD7c7WeKN I9PvGGRcR8LzpcbF5Zz7xuDi0it4mBnwbcyNYILyXEbAUdRXeuSfAo9bV4l2xsS5 aog6gLbCwHmglPBtKE4ssdwgJN0v2Q==
    =K1p+
    -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

    The outer signature verifies ok.

    If I de-indent the the inner message and try to verify it, I get:

    \n
    gpg: invalid armor header:
    \n
    gpg: invalid armor header:

    It looks like some utf character(s), maybe the BOM ?


    Bye, Wilfred.

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