gpg 0.3.4, RSA, pgp5 interoperability
rknop at panisse.lbl.gov
Mon Sep 7 10:11:23 CEST 1998
> RSA is not a part of GNUPG due to legal reasons; but if you are
> allowed to use it you can get an extension module from the ftp site.
> > If I can't add public keys like CERT, SGI security, RedHat etc.
> > it's a bit hopeless trying to use gpg ....
> But RSA is patented and if you are in the U.S. you can't use it anyway
What RSA library does GNUPG use? If it uses rsaref, then you can use it in
the US for non-commercial purposes. (At least, as of the last time I
looked at the condition on the RSAREF library.)
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