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From: Eric Grejda (egrejdamedebiz.net)
Date: Mon Jan 21 2002 - 15:09:00 CST
On Thu, 17 Jan 2002, Seth Arnold wrote:
> The same goes for GnuPG; it supports (patent-unencumbered) El Gamal, but
> has stubs to allow for back-wards compatibility with RSA.
There is an RSA plugin for GnuPG, it works great. I use it to exchange
messages with OpenPGP users with no trouble.
> It isn't a real huge leap for PGP to deal with both X.509 certs and PGP
> key packets.
..because all it has to do is dig the information it can use as a public
key out of the certificate, if I read the first paragraph (snipped for
Speaking for myself and not my employer.
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