Sequoia PGP is more than just a reimplementation of an existing tool. The team behind it is rethinking tooling for the broader PGP ecosystem. Their innovative ideas are making PGP easier to use. I can’t wait to see Sequoia PGP be more broadly adopted.
Today is the day Sequoia’s
StandardPolicy starts rejecting
SHA1-based signatures by default. This change will affect existing
programs based on Sequoia, as the SHA1 deprecation has been committed
to and baked into the code three years ago. Therefore, all programs
sequoia-openpgp version 0.15 and up will now reject
SHA1-based signatures by default.