Suggest please

David Smith Dave.Smith at
Fri May 3 16:10:46 CEST 2013

On 05/03/13 15:02, Lema KB wrote:
> can a symmetric cipher be/use also public-private-keys?

No.  The whole point of public/private cryptography is to use asymmetric

(caveat: actually, this is an over-simplification.  In reality, gpg DOES
use symmetric ciphers, but in a way that makes it look like it is using
asymmetric ones).

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