I would like to ask this question as I'm not the first person which has this behavior. I'm trying to encrypt a simple message using GnuPG using a public key I've received from a friend, he's using ...
There is a many-year-old 1024 DSA key in the public keyservers under my name. There is a 2048 ELG-E subkey for it. I didn't create these keys, they were created for me by a former employer without my ...
Conventional wisdom these days is that in the context of SSH keys, DSA is insecure and RSA is preferred (or that they are both fine, but RSA is more secure, depending on who you ask). As I understand ...