Subject: Re: NetBSD Security Advisory 2002-009: Multiple vulnerabilities in OpenSSL code
To: Ignatios Souvatzis <>
From: Olaf Seibert <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/03/2002 00:55:55
On Fri 02 Aug 2002 at 22:11:12 +0200, Ignatios Souvatzis wrote:
> I'd auto-check them if they had proper PGP/MIME headers...

Mutt auto-checked this one for me - so perhaps it is not necessary?
I did add one mutt-suggested idea to my .procmailrc to change the
Content-Type header:

## PGP (from /usr/pkg/share/doc/mutt/PGP-Notes.txt)
* !^Content-Type: message/
* !^Content-Type: multipart/
* !^Content-Type: application/pgp
        :0 fBw
        * ^-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
        * ^-----END PGP MESSAGE-----
        | formail \
            -i "Content-Type: application/pgp; format=text; x-action=encrypt"

        :0 fBw
        * ^-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
        * ^-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
        * ^-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
        | formail \
            -i "Content-Type: application/pgp; format=text; x-action=sign"

Looking at my mailbox suggests that this recipe has done its job here to
get Mutt to check the signature (there is a line "Old-Content-Type:
text/plain; charset=us-ascii" in the header now).

Looking at PGP-Notes.txt again I see there seem to be even better
options available now.

> 	-is
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