what are the sub keys

Jonathan Ely thajsta at gmail.com
Tue Mar 22 17:17:20 CET 2011

Would not it be 4096 with RSA, or is DSA in conjunction with a 4096 bit
key still popular? I have never used DSA so does what Robert said
pertaining to my used combination apply here?

On 22/03/2011 12:13 PM, Jerome Baum wrote:
> "Robert J. Hansen" <rjh at sixdemonbag.org> writes:
>> And this is where I part ways with you.  There is no reason not to bump
>> key length up to 4096.  There is also no reason not to use SHA512 with a
>> DSA-1k key, for instance.  Sure, only 160 bits of SHA512 will be used, but
>> that's not a reason not to use it.  It's not as if you're making the system
>> weaker.
> Correct me if I'm  wrong on this one, but it does  make your key weaker,
> right?
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