default Cipher and Pubkey algo
Sat Mar 10 19:46:10 2001
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On Friday, March 9, 2001 20:28, Georg Wilckens wrote:
> On Fri, Mar, 09, 2001 at 00:38:04 +0100, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> > > The reason I was asking about the cipher-algo was that I am
> > > running into a problem with a PGP 6.5.1i user trying to encrypt
> > > mail to me.
> > You could tell him to use PGP 6.5.8 which seems to support IDEA (at
> > least the source code includes the IDEA algorithm). Even better
> > would be of course to convince him to switch to GnuPG.
> Well.. the problem is that I don't support IDEA...
2 possible solutions:
1.) Install the IDEA plugin which is available for GnuPG. Unfortunately
I don't know if it's available at gnupg.org. I installed the GnuPG
addon rpm which came with my SuSE distribution. According to the specs
it's available at gnupg.de.
2.) If you intend to attend at the Cebit this year you could create a
new key pair with GnuPG on your own computer and let the Heise people
sign this new key pair.
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