Re: [openpgp] OpenPGPv4 long keyid collision test cases?

Werner Koch <wk@gnupg.org> Fri, 13 December 2013 21:41 UTC

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On Fri, 13 Dec 2013 16:09, coruus@gmail.com said:

> In any event, I thought that developers of OpenPGPv4-implementing
> software might find these useful as test-cases for correct behavior in
> the presence of 64-bit key id collisions. (It's not clear to me, for
> example, that GnuPG's current behavior is correct, or its output
> particularly useful when faced with such a collision.)

Thanks, that is useful stuff for regression tests.


Salam-Shalom,

   Werner

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