Should We Start Using 4096 bit RSA keys?

Updated by John Carl Villanueva on

Theoretically, RSA keys that are 2048 bits long should be good until 2030. If so, isn't it a bit early to start using the 4096-bit keys that have become increasingly available in encryption-enabled applications? It depends.

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Topics: JSCAPE MFT, Secure File Transfer, SFTP, FTPS, RSA 4096

DSA vs. RSA Encryption - Which Works Best for File Transfers?

Updated by John V. on

Overview: DSA vs. RSA

During the process of generating server keys, client keys, or PGP keys in the JSCAPE MFT Server Manager, you're asked to choose between two supported key algorithms: RSA or DSA. Which one should you choose?

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Topics: RSA 4096, DSA, RSA vs DSA, DSA vs RSA

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