Corrupt file issue?
r.post at sara.nl
Tue Jun 27 20:14:22 CEST 2006
> Hello all,
> I've had some success solving problems here before thanks to the
> kindness of many of you and thought I would give this another try.
> We've got an intermittent issue (about once a week) where a daily
> process that generates a text file, encrypts it and transfers it by
> FTP will sometimes create a file that the recipient cannot decrypt.
> If I run the process again, it will produce an encrypted file which
> is a few bytes smaller than the original file. This new file can
> be decrypted by the recipient without a problem.
> Has anyone else encountered a similar issue?
> Here's the command I use to perform the (signed) encryption:
> gpg -r <key> -e <filename>
> Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
things that come to mind:
1- binary safe ftp?
2- ascii armor gpg, add -a to your gpg options
> - Jack
> Jack Kaye
> Senior Business Analyst
> Celera Systems LLC
> (262) 834-0080 x204
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