--blacklist-digest-algo plans [was: Re: un-trusting MD5 in gpg]

John W. Moore III jmoore3rd at bellsouth.net
Thu May 7 20:10:23 CEST 2009

David Shaw wrote:

> We effectively have this now.  If you take the cipher out of both your
> on-key preferences and your personal-cipher-preferences, then other
> people will not use it when encrypting to you, and you will not use it
> when encrypting to other people.  GPG will even print a warning if
> someone uses it to encrypt to you ("WARNING: cipher algorithm
> such-and-such not found in recipient preferences").

Err.....  This presupposes that _all_ Correspondents re-Import/Refresh
One's Key with the "re-preferenced" Copy.  Good Luck with that.

JOHN :-\
Timestamp: Thursday 07 May 2009, 14:09  --400 (Eastern Daylight Time)

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