Dsa

DSA (Digital Signature Algorithm) is a public-key signature algorithm defined by NIST.

Rsa

RSA is a common public key algorithm, which can be used for encryption and signature

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"Note that checking an rsa from question Efficient way to do payload signing in HTML5 SPA |

"A dsa signature generation could be somewhat from question What's the most computationally expensive step in a SSH2 session? |

"I have made some testing and it came out that rsa is from question What is DSA complexity? |

"However dsa verification expect verification calls to be 100x issue is about 10x from question Public key signing algorithm |

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Dsa signatures are signficantly from question Generating short license keys with OpenSSL |

I guess rsa is from question Ssh host key verification failed on one of the clients only |

After this because there are more options than ssh-dss dsa the client openssh v7 should connect with rsa from question Unable to negotiate with XX.XXX.XX.XX: no matching host key type found. Their offer: ssh-dss |

This is why rsa is from question What is DSA complexity? |

Yes rsa from question What's the difference between id_rsa.pub and id_dsa.pub? |

However in this case dsa key size is from question Encrypt a DSA private key with RSA public key |

Use dsa it tends to be from question Generate reasonable length license key with asymmetric encryption? |

Dsa has signature that is independent of key strength and is much from question Public key signing algorithm |

Dsa in general s from question What is wrong with the DSACryptoServiceProvider? |

That continued usage of 1024-bit prime field elgamal or dsa keys is from question How to choose prime for implementing Diffie-hellman key exchange |

Rsa is also a from question Get SHA1 sign of string with DSA private key from PEM file |