Is there a way to generate thousands of PGP keys at a very very fast rate?
I am generating thousands of 3072-bit PGP keys looking like part of a personal research project. Obviously, this is a very slow, CPU intensive activity. I have turned off strong randomization with the --debug-quick-random, am generating them using --batch and maxed out all of my personal CPUs. But this is still not fast enough.
Is there a way to generate perhaps thousands of keys very rapidly? My goal is to get a 16-bit hash collision on the KeyID. I know this is entirely impractical for real security, this is mostly for research purposes. I have not reviewed the GnuPG code, but I am trying to avoid writing any code just yet.