GPG's vulnerability to quantum cryptography

The Fuzzy Whirlpool Thunderstorm whirlpool at
Sun Jul 6 09:36:05 CEST 2014

Using GPG encryption is still good, although it's vulnerable to quantum 
It's a good idea to set an expiration for each of your GPG key.
So that, when the expiration time comes, you'll be able to generate a
new GPG key to address a possibility of your old keys being cracked.
GPG is not perfect. It's just pretty good as the name suggest.
At least, it'll be able to protect your secured data for the rest of
your life or for the time specified at the expiration date.
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