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KDF and number of iterations for GPG
I gather, from reading the GPG manual, that symmetric encryption based on a password uses one of a variety of Key Derivation Functions (KDF). Although not explicitly mentioned I assume that PBKDF2 is ...
Aug 26 '13 at 13:05
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