In today’s post we will learn how to sign emails on Ubuntu using Thunderbird email client! If you aren’t a fan of instructional videos, don’t worry. We’ve published a step-by-step guide accompanied by pictures of each step once again which you can find in this article.
When you’re operating with emails in your everyday life, you’re most likely to use these three security features cryptography keys are used for:
We’ve already showed you how to encrypt and decrypt emails last week, now it’s time to look into signing emails!
When you are signing e-mails, you are signing them with your private signature key. This way no one can fake your identity if they don’t have your private key. You will need Cryptoucan™ for this operation.
Click here to get to the instructions for signing and reading signatures
Picture 2: Good signature showed in Thunderbird
And that’s all for today’s blog post! See you next time!