The keys used depend on the encryption protocol used. Different protocols
are used for different functions. Some examples:
- end-to-end encrypting a text message with OTR
- end-to-end encrypting an audio/video stream with ZRTP
- encrypting the communication of your Jitsi instance (client) to the
messaging server you happen to use with TLS
If you have your own OTR identity key then yes, I believe it's possible to
use that with Jitsi. All other keys I can think of are ephemeral, hence
there is no reason to "use your own" keys.
Hope this helps,
On 11 September 2013 22:39, Udon Shaun <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Great package-sorely needed in these woeful times. I scanned the FAQ and
couldn't find the answer to my query so here goes my quick noob questions
about the encryption keys used by Jistsi. Are they RSA/DSA etc and how long
is the key length that Jitsy uses for key generation. Is it possible to use
my own keys?