this cipher algorithm is depreciated....
Fri, 20 Oct 2000 00:04:25 -0400
I just installed GnuPG for the first time, and generated a
key-pair. When I try to encrypt a file to myself I get the following:
[caleb@deepthought caleb]$ gpg --armor --recipient email@example.com --encrypt layout.inc
gpg: Warning: using insecure memory!
gpg: this cipher algorithm is depreciated; please use a more standard one!
I understand the first message, but not the second. When I
encrypt a message to a friend of mine (who is using the newest version
of PGP) I don't get such a messgae. Running this command does
produce an encrypted file which I am able to decrypt.
Should I be worried about the message?
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