Then pick a different size. I picked 4096 because it's big and apt to
stay viable for the forseeable future. NIST's numbers say that 3072
is equivalent to a 128-bit key. On the other hand, I know there's
still a lot of smartcards and the like that are stuck at 2048. I
wouldn't go below 2048.
I agree. Simplified OpenPGP should be just simplifed, I mean it is not
used for financial B2B online service or so on.
AES 128 / SHA256 / DSA 2048-224 / RSA 2048 / ECC 224
I think it is enough for a sort of casual cryptographic usage for next
Hironobu SUZUKI <hironobu at h2np dot net>