RSA 4096 ridiculous? (was RSA 1024 ridiculous)
snoken at tunedal.nu
Wed Jun 20 10:42:28 CEST 2007
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Interoperability with PGP 8 matters too.
Signatures made with RSA 4096-keys (or shorter) and SHA256 can be
verified by users of PGP 8.
N.B. Not any other new hashes!
Please note the option: --pgp8
At 05:14 2007-06-20, you wrote:
>"Janusz A. Urbanowicz" <alex at bofh.net.pl> wrote:
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>So the only relevant question as I see it is, can the Crypto Card
>and other users handle my 4096 bit RSA sigs? If they can't then
>I will have some problems, won't I? Correct me if I am wrong, but I
>don't think I will have any problems with Crypto Card users in
>using my SIGS. Interoperability is the key to usability here.
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