[Enigmail] Enigmail Digest, Vol 103, Issue 13
John A. Wallace
jw72253 at verizon.net
Sat Jan 28 23:03:15 PST 2012
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> Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2012 02:01:52 -0600
> From: "John A. Wallace" <jw72253 at verizon.net>
> To: <enigmail at mozdev.org>
> Subject: [Enigmail] enigmail download authentication
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> Hello. Where can I find the signature or public key to ensure that my
> of enigmail download is authentic? Thanks.
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> From: "Robert J. Hansen" <rjh at sixdemonbag.org>
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> Subject: Re: [Enigmail] enigmail download authentication
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> On 1/28/2012 3:01 AM, John A. Wallace wrote:
> > Hello. Where can I find the signature or public key to ensure that
> > my version of enigmail download is authentic? Thanks.
> Without knowing where you got Enigmail from, we can't help you.
> If you're using a Linux distro and you installed it from your distro's
> repository, you need to check with your distro.
> If you're using OS X and GPGTools and you installed it through that, you
> need to talk to GPGTools.
> We can only provide signatures for versions of Enigmail we ourselves
> host on our own website. The great joy of open source is that anyone
> can download Enigmail, modify it to accommodate a certain need, and
> redistribute it -- but that also means we can't certify anything but the
> ones we release ourselves.
My bad! You are quite right, I should have clarified that initially. I looked
around for the key unsuccessfully, but I downloaded the program from here:
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