effects and incompatibilities between GPG1.0.6 and PGP CKT 06
Mon Jul 9 20:44:01 2001
You, Florian Weimer, wrote:
>> The CKT (Cyber Knights Templar) pgp versions are based on the released NAI
> Ah, I see. These versions have a questionable legal state.
> Personally, I recommend against using them.
As I have stated earlier in the IDEA vs. other symmetric algo discussions,
I don't base my decision which security software to use on legal reasons.
I don't use pgp-CKT, but that is anly because it is a windows only version
and nothing else. I prefer pgp 2.x and gpg because they are commandline
programs running on almost any OS.
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