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If TwoFish was the only algorithm that was marked as useable, then he
would be correct. This is an excellent example of why using the
"bleeding edge" stuff isn't always a good idea.
- ->Not true Jungle....The older version of PGP would just use one of
- ->available ciphers (3DES, CAST or IDEA)....It would not fail just
- ->doesn't contain Twofish.
- ->> no ...
- ->> >
- ->> > PGP 7 (retail) now uses the Twofish algorithm. If I created a
- ->> > Twofish as my preferred algorithm (as set in the Options before
- ->created the
- ->> > key), would my correspondents using prior versions of PGP (PGP
5 and up)
- ->> > able to encrypt to the Twofish key?
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