best practices

Grant Olson kgo at
Tue Dec 14 19:47:01 CET 2010

On 12/14/10 1:12 PM, Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> On 12/14/10 12:42 PM, Ben McGinnes wrote:
>> They could be a result of using the old Cyber Knights Templar versions
>> of PGP that cropped up in the mid-'90s which allowed creating 16Kb keys.
> What tool was used really doesn't interest me very much -- you can
> create them with GnuPG, too, if you're willing to tweak the source a
> little bit.  What I find morbidly fascinating is contemplating what kind
> of deranged individual would actually do this.  :)

Now I'm going to spend all day wondering if anyone's tweaked the source
to make smaller keys.  An eight-bit key would surely save your
bandwidth, right?


"I am gravely disappointed. Again you have made me unleash my dogs of war."

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