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Re: thawte certs
> Anonyma wrote:
>> I know when the free certs are used in outlook
> Not Outlook, but E-Mail.
>> they sign and encpypt the e-mail message body, what about the subject
>> lines and any attachments?
> S/MIME wraps the entire message into one multipart/mime body, encrypts and
> signs it, and then sends it as a MIME attachment to a new message (which
> usually contains a non-MIME plaintext part telling about S/MIME).
You don't know what you're talking about.
>> Anyone know?
> Yes, the relevant RFCs do so. That's why your question is a dumb question.
Read his question,
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