Re[2]: Multiple signatures over a document

"Nickolay L." <ni4@ukr.net> Thu, 19 October 2006 18:34 UTC

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Hello vedaal,

vhc> do not know what is 'correct',
vhc> but do know what is *compatible*

vhc> using the sample keypairs that were posted here,
vhc> here is an example of a message signed by both sample keys, and 
vhc> encrypted to one of them,
vhc> with both signatures verifiable as 'good'
vhc> by both gnupg and pgp :

Thank you for your investigations, i'll look over the resulting file with our
implementation (SBB).

vhc> afaik,
vhc> gnupg is the only open-pgp implementation that can produce multiple 
vhc> simultaneous signatures

vhc> in order for other implementations to do so too,
vhc> there should be some clear directions in rfc 2440 as to how to do 
vhc> so in a way that would be compatible to all open-pgp programs
Yes, i also think that this situation must be reviewed in 2440.

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  Best regards,Nickolay mailto:<ni4@ukr.net>