New GnuPG snapshot
Florian.Weimer at RUS.Uni-Stuttgart.DE
Fri Sep 7 22:47:01 CEST 2001
Werner Koch <wk at gnupg.org> writes:
> > Why no RSA sign and encrypt keys?
> Why? You are probably after v3 keys - but OpenPGP does not allow
In section 11.1, the possibility of a dual-use V4 RSA key is
explicitly mentioned (at least that's my interpretation). Even
generating V3 RSA keys is clearly permitted. IMHO, anything else
would be ridiculous.
Why do you think sign/encrypt V4 keys are forbidden by OpenPGP?
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