Default GPG Encryption Algorithm (symmetric cipher) is?
tiago at xroot.org
Sun Jan 2 18:19:24 CET 2011
On Sun, 02 Jan 2011 07:15:25 -0500
Mike Acker <Mike_Acker at charter.net> wrote:
> is: how does S9 equate to AES256 ? there has to be a way to find the
> equivalence between the verbose codes and the short hand
$ gpg --verbose --version
will tell you (after the cipher/algorithm and between ()) what is the
short code to use with setpref. Example for Cipher:
3DES (S2), CAST5 (S3), BLOWFISH (S4), AES (S7), AES192 (S8), AES256 (S9)
I might have misunderstood your question, so feel free to let me know
if you need something else.
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