Is there a reason that pEp PGP keys are "only" 2.048 Bits long?
I received Emails from different pEp-Users.
It seems to me that Emails sent from Thunderbird had a Keylength of 2.048 bits, while Emails sent from the Android App used a Key with a Keylength of 4.096 bits.
At least one Sender used two different keys and the user-agents in the email header confirm that assumption.
All keys were named
pEpkey.asc so I assume they were all created by pEp.
At least one of them must have used the Version pEp/enigmail 2.0 installed (windows).
The key that pEp/Enigmail created on my system (Mac OS 10.13.4) also was 2.048 bits long.
It must have used the GPG version installed by GPGTools since I didn't install another one.
I have MacGPG 2.2.7 and Libmacgpg 0.8.4 installed.
Does that make sense?