Blowfish160 and OpenPGP
Juergen A. Erhard
jae at laden.ilk.de
Fri May 22 15:16:57 CEST 1998
>>>>> "Werner" == Werner Koch <wk at isil.d.shuttle.de> writes:
Werner> Anand Kumria <wildfire at progsoc.uts.edu.au> writes:
>> feedback" by Yvo Desmedt, Yair Frankel and Moti Yung. It was published in
>> IEEE Infocom '92, pages 2045 - 2054. They present two multi-receiver
Werner> Let's see whether it is in my digital IEEE subscription.
>> the 180K+ public keys that the keyservers have on file are PGP2.x
>> - basically, if you have to do your own thing, do it.
Werner> I'll try to stick to OpenPGP as long as it does not make too much
Ain't killing Blowfish160 too much hassle?
Mind you, I don't know much about all this... but I wonder whether we
really have to be OpenPGP compliant in all respects.
I seem to recall 'GNU is compatible, but also more powerful' or
Can't we make up some format that is a superset of OpenPGP?
I really don't like OpenPGP to make some (potential... beneficial?)
features of GPG impossible (illegal?).
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