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Can I use PGP to sign a message without providing cryptographic non-repudation?
The difference between a digital signature and a MAC is non-repudiation. A message with a digital signature proves that only the sender could have signed the message, whereas a message with a MAC ...
Dec 9 '12 at 15:03
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