[Q] DSA 1024-bit limit.

Daniel Carrera dcarrera@math.umd.edu
Tue May 13 02:27:03 2003

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On a related note.  Is there any way that I can create a second key-pair=20
that has a signing key with more than 1024 bits?

I know that this wouldn't comply with the DSA standard, but if I am in a=20
situation where I truly need security I might decide that I don't care=20
about the standard.  Having the option of a larger key would help my peace=
of mind.

Daniel Carrera          | OpenPGP fingerprint:     | DSA KeyID:
Graduate TA  Math Dept. | C678 4F28 6418 6A62 F186 | 0x0FEBCEC3
UMD  (301) 405-5137     | 98FC 9E04 B9A0 0FEB CEC3 |=20

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