PGP 5. allows you to use the RSA keys. If you do it is compatable with the
2.6 version, however if you use the default settings you cannot
inter-operate with the RSA encryption.
On Wed, 7 Jan 1998, MacGyver wrote:
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> At 04:27 PM 1/7/98 -0600, Peter da Silva wrote:
> >> I think it might have been mentioned on here, but there is a $5.00
> >> "up-downgrade" that lets you use the RSA which IS compatabile with PGP 2.x.
> >> Check the PGP website for info.
> >And if I'm not running Windoze?
> If you're not running on a Mac or Win95/98, you can grab PGP 4.x.
> It fully supports RSA, as does the COMMERCIAL version of PGP 5.x, which if
> you plan to use it for anything other than personal use, you have to buy
> anyway. PGP 5.x (commercial) is NOT incompatible with previous versions of
> PGP, but is a superset of functions provided in previous versions.
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