Douglas Maus writes:
1. In Private Key packets (tag 5, section 5.5.3), what is the bitsize of the
CFB mode used in encrypting the secret MPI? For example, AES256 may be
performed in CFB 1bit, CFB 8bit and CFB 128bit (1bit, 1octet, and 1block). Is
this noted somewhere in the RFC that I'm missing?
CFB in PGP always uses one block shift widths. That would be 128 bits for
2. Could someone please help me confirm a key from salt and passphrase?
keysize of 256 (AES 256 - algorithm 9 in section 9.2)
Iterated and salted mode (22.214.171.124)
SHA1 hash (algorithm 2 in section 9.4)
salt of 0x61f8a7c834124c3a
coded count 96 (count then 65536)
Sorry, I don't have time to do this.