AES encrypted public key and display name message. Used to grant access to a contact. Contains Initialization Vectors, but not secrets. Used to encrypt public identities for storage on remote systems.
Display name of the contact.
Public key being granted to the owner of this message.
Signature (Base64 encoded) of the response token to verify against your own public key to ensure that this grant is in response to a contact request you sent.
Response token used to validate that this grant is in response to a contact request you sent.
Source server of the contact.