Email Security Information

Email Security Information

If you receive an email with a file named "smime.p7s" or "signature.asc" attached to it, don't panic!

It's merely a type of digital signature that is used to verify the sender of the message is who they claim they are and that the contents of the message have not been modified in transmission. It is not human-readable, but will cause no harm if opened. It is generated by a method of email security called S/MIME (smime.p7s) or PGP (signature.asc).
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