About my prefered settings...
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Mon Jun 23 11:59:44 CEST 2008
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John W. Moore III escribió:
> Faramir wrote:
>> 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?
> Using GPGshell highlight Your Key and then look in the GPGshell icon
> toolbar and You'll see 'CLI' in the upper right corner. From it's drop
> down menu select: showpref
> You may also use the command showpref by highlighting Your Key and then
> choosing Edit > All Settings from the Right Click context Menu.
Thanks, I did it, and found the following:
Cifrado: AES256, AES192, AES, CAST5, 3DES (cipher)
Resumen: SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 (hashing)
Compresi├│n: ZLIB, BZIP2, ZIP, Sin comprimir [no compression] (compression)
Caracter├¡sticas: MDC, Sevidor de claves no-modificar (settings, maybe?)
Well, it seems I have not messed the config (yet)...
Now the question is: how do I set a "default prefered ^thing to use^"
without making unavailable the other algorithms? The idea is to use the
custom setting only when the recipient can receive messages using these
settings... I think I'd like to use AES256, SHA256, and ZIP, but only if
that doesn't produce unusable messages...
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