“Algunos de los emails que envío me vienen devueltos con el mensaje de error ‘SMTP diagnostic: 550 5.7.1 Sender ID (PRA) Not Permitted’. ¿Qué es esto y qué puedo hacer al respecto?” Sender ID intenta mejorar una deficiencia principal en Sender Policy Framework (SPF), y es que este no verifica las direcciones de cabecera que […]

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Es habitual que exista confusión entre distintos conceptos que tienen que ver con la criptografía, especialmente en su aplicación en las comunicaciones email: firma, encriptación, cifrado y certificación de un mensaje email. Email firmado electrónicamente Firmar electrónicamente un email responde solamente a dos objetivos: No repudio: acreditar quien es el autor de la comunicación. Integridad: […]

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There seems to be some confusion between different concepts that have something to do with cryptography, particularly in their application to email communications: signature, encryption, encoding, and registration of email messages. Digitally signed emails Digitally signing emails only fulfills two objectives: Non-repudiation: to accredit who the author of the communication is. Integrity: to ensure that […]

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El pasado viernes 10 de marzo eEvidence fue invitado a asistir al Webinar sobre el Reglamento eIDAS, ERDS y CEF eDelivery para Operadores de Servicios Postales. Sin duda, una buena oportunidad para conocer alguno de los proyectos relacionados con CEF eDelivery. ¿Qué es el reglamento Connecting Europe Facility eDelivery? Como apunte, decir que el Connecting […]

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When you forward an email to eEvidence as part of, say, an ERP workflow, you are confident we will deliver it to destination within seconds. However, how do you know we really did? The JSON (and RESTful) channels, for data interchange through standard HTTPS, allow you to retrieve the status of your emails by directly […]

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When you send an email through eEvidence, your are actually sending us a request to deliver that email to its intended final recipients. We are very efficient on this; this is why it takes only seconds for you to receive the eEvid.Cert, which confirms delivery of your email. We may encounter delivery errors when delivering […]

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At 13:34h GMT +1, December 23rd, the FNMT communication problem, which prevented us from retrieving the TSA timestamps for digitally signing some eEvid.Certs, has ben corrected. Immediately after, we have resumed the signing process, sealing and delivering users all pending eEvid.Certs. Around 13:57h GMT +1, December 23rd, we have finished this process and closed the […]

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We are sorry to inform you that we have an open case with the Time Stamp Authority (TSA), which is preventing us from applying the timestamp on the eEvid.Cert signature. This problem only affects the signature of the eEvid.Certs for the free eEvidence Basic and eEvidence+ Unlimited licenses. The eEvid.Certs for eEvidence+ Archive and eEvidence+ […]

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