A question about Camellia
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 21:43:40 CET 2009
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Robert J. Hansen escribió:
> Camellia is not yet part of the OpenPGP standard. The standardization
> process for it is still underway. Once it's standardized, GnuPG will
> support Camellia the same as any other algorithm -- but please don't use it.
Don't worry, while I like to change some settings, I also like to
"play safe". Even if I could use Camellia, I would not use it to send
messages (maybe it would be interesting to be able to receive messages
encrypted with it).
I thought about this question when I logged in an https site, and
noticed the connection was encrypted with Camellia 256, instead of
AES-256, as I had seen in other sites (each time I took the time to look
at the cypher algo used by the connection).
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