Nullify's GnuPG 1.0.7 Release 2
Sun May 5 22:40:01 2002
Werner Koch wrote:
> There is no other implementation using SHA-256, so you using this you
> will only foster interoperabilty problems.
It might be usefull as a security measure. And interoperability problems
are not always an issue, however:
> > - Enables GPG to generate RSA v3 keys
> As already said, v3 keys do have minor security problems.
But interoperability is THE issue in wanting to use RSA v3 keys.
PGP 2 still plays an important role.
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