E-mail encryption

Glenn Steen glenn.steen at GMAIL.COM
Sat Oct 22 23:04:21 IST 2005

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On 22/10/05, Julian Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
(snipped a purely encoded example of key data)
Um, so where did Leifs decidedly binary data come from? Sorry for being dense.
Here's what he presented in an earlier mail:
>> It is the raw key.
>> I.e. it lookes like this:
>> 0M-^B^E00M-^B^D^X ^C^B^A^B^B^D?¼^B^@0^M^F
>> *M-^FHM-^F÷^M^A^A^E^E^@011^K0   ^F^CU^D^F^S^BDK1^L0
>> ^F^CU^D
>> CA0^^^W^M031227160115Z^W^M051227163115Z0s1^K0
>> ^F^CU^D^F^S^BDK1)0'^F^CU^D
>> ^S Ingen organisatorisk tilknytning190^R^F^CU^D^C^S^KLeif
>> Neland0#^F^CU^D^E^S^\PID:9208-2002-2-6898543449640M-^AM-^_0^M^F
>> But my .cer file looks like this:

Well, the raw data definiterly "looks DER-ish to me, hence my followup
Am I missing something ibvious here?

-- Glenn
email: glenn < dot > steen < at > gmail < dot > com
work: glenn < dot > steen < at > ap1 < dot > se

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