[ietf-dkim] Everything not forbidden is permitted
franck at genius.com
Mon Aug 3 16:33:23 PDT 2009
Just some clarification, there is no way for an outsider to query this record if you don't know it exists? The selector basically hides the record from DNS in comparison to SPF which is easy to find in a DNS zone.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Atkins" <steve at wordtothewise.com>
To: "DKIM WG" <ietf-dkim at mipassoc.org>
Sent: Tuesday, 4 August, 2009 11:15:52 AM GMT +12:00 Fiji
Subject: [ietf-dkim] Everything not forbidden is permitted
Chatting with people offlist the issue of whether there is such a
thing as a good or bad DKIM record came up.
I'm trying to get a feel for peoples views on that so, to give a
concrete example, if your postmaster came to you with this DKIM record
they wanted you to publish in DNS, would you publish it as-is? If not,
september2006._domainkey.example.com 300 IN TXT "version=DKIM1; a=rsa-
sha1; c=simple/simple; hash=sha1; t=testing; p=MIGfMA0G<more base64
NOTE WELL: This list operates according to
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