[dns-operations] World's first commercial service for DNSSEC launched in Sweden
simon at josefsson.org
Fri Feb 16 16:00:29 UTC 2007
Stephane Bortzmeyer <bortzmeyer at nic.fr> writes:
> On Fri, Feb 16, 2007 at 04:25:09PM +0100,
> Anne-Marie Eklund-Löwinder <Anne-Marie.Eklund-Lowinder at iis.se> wrote
> a message of 43 lines which said:
>> Well, that's quite another story. That's probably happens because I
>> am using plain-text signatures together with Swedish diacritics, and
>> on top of that, Outlook. :-)
> This one worked, probably because it was sent directly to me, which
> seems to indicate that the MLM, not your MUA, was the culprit.
> In any case, it is a good indication of the type of problems we'll
> have when DNSSEC will be deployed :-)
Actually that analogy doesn't hold fully. The PGP signature that were
used by Anne-Marie doesn't conform to the IETF-standardized
PGP-in-mail format, i.e. RFC 2015/3156.
If RFC 3156 were used, the signature should have worked fine, even for
non-ASCII characters such as 'ö'.
This does not mean that DNSSEC as standardized by the IETF will work,
Btw, the second signature were good here too. It was ASCII only.
Let's see if this non-ASCII properly signed e-mail goes through..
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