Some people say longer keys are silly. I think they should be supported by gpg.
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Wed May 23 04:04:58 CEST 2012
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El 22-05-2012 4:58, tim.kachao at gmail.com escribió:
> There are also estimates made that in the US 1 in 6 "protestors" is
> actually a government agent of one sort or another, dept of
> defense, homeland security, fbi what have you. And that exludes
> any thugs the bankers put in the crowd as privately hired types.
If that's the case, it is very likely you will send your messages
encrypted to the Super-Secure 32.768 bits RSA key belonging to
infiltrated agent... which of course won't have to break the key to
read it, because he already has the key.
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