A question about Camellia
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Sat Jan 24 06:21:20 CET 2009
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Robert J. Hansen escribió:
> Faramir wrote:
>> Well, you have always said any algo in GPG is safe enough to use...
> First, I've said the algorithms are safe enough to use. I've never said
> GnuPG's implementation of them is correct and error-free. There's a
> _big_ difference between saying "3DES is a trusted algorithm" and saying
> "GnuPG correctly implements 3DES."
Ok, I get the point...
> Second, please don't trust a word I say. Seriously. I make a ton of
> mistakes every single day. I might be making one right now. Do your
> own research, find out facts for yourself.
Well, I have seen what you have said, and what other users of the list
say, and I form my opinion based on that. Since I don't want to rely on
Wikipedia for information about GPG, I think this list is the best
source of information about GPG I can find. Since I lack the knowledge
to check things by myself, I'll have to rely in what other people think
> My quibbles are not with GnuPG. My quibbles are with the OpenPGP spec.
> I think GnuPG is the best implementation of OpenPGP out there right now.
Well, I just know about 2 implementations, and I am not going to use
PGP... Anyway, GPG has never crashed in my PC, and considering I use
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