On Tue 2017-11-07 08:29:59 +0100, Andreas Glaeser wrote:
>> Enigmail is so slow to check signatures, that it makes large attachments
>> practically impossible to re-check with Thunderbird on low-end PC. I
>> suspect the hashing-algorithm is too slow, it may be due to
>> double-hashing. Evolution for example is configurable in this respect,
>> i.e. which SHA-variant one wants to use, Enigmail is not. SHA256 should
>> be sufficient in any case.
Can you provide a specific use case (e.g., a mailbox, and a public
keyring) that demonstrates the problem?
Have you verified the timing for the same crypto operations using GnuPG
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