About my prefered settings...
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Sat Jun 21 05:32:06 CEST 2008
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Well, I have avoided messing with the preferences settings of gpg, since
I don't fully understand how does it works, and I am a bit afraid of
breaking something. In special, I don't want to deliver messages that
can't be read by the recipient...
I confess I am not good for console commands, it has been a long time
since I knew how to work with ms-dos, so I have been using gpgshell to
provide a GUI for gpg, and be able use it easily (I am a windows user).
But now, I would like to know what cipher algorithms, hash function and
compression I am using... and of course, I don't know how to know it. Is
there a way to know, by looking at my public key (or sending some
command to gpg), what is my preferred settings?
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