key length for smart card key generation
nobody at remailer.paranoici.org
Wed Feb 27 22:58:27 CET 2013
On Wed, 27 Feb 2013 12:03:22 +0100
Josef Schneider <josef at netpage.dk> wrote:
> with the current version of GPG 2 you can import 4096bit keys to a
> OpenPGP smartcard version 2.0.
> There is a bug in GPG2 that prevents it from decrypting data with a
> key longer than 3072bit on a OpenPGP smartcard. This should be fixed
> in the GIT repository.
> AFAIK a version 1 card doesn't support keys longer than 1024bit! "gpg
> --card-status" should tell you which version you have.
Thanks for the information.
So I should be able to import the key...but not use it unless it is
3072 bits or less?
I run gpg2 --card-status, and I get a lot of information, but I don't
see an entry "OpenPGP version." What I do see is a field "Version:"
which says "11.11".
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