S/MIME email signature appears unsecure when verified by Symantec Encryption Desktop Iformerly PGP Desktop). This only happens when the email originates from a Good Technology email client.
18:31:10 Email Info Bad Signature from Verified Key using SHA-1 hash algorithm
This is fixed in Symantec Encryption Desktop (previously PGP Desktop) version 10.3.0 MP1
Sender client: Good Email Client application
Receiver client: PGP Desktop 9.x, PGP Desktop10.x, or Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3.0.
S/MIME signature can't be verified: Decryption failed with error: unknown signature type
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