jpboard2 at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 24 23:56:48 CET 2010
> Have you tried decrypting the file with either PGP or
> GnuPG? Also,
> where in the file is the corruption?
The file is corrupted (a 4096-byte page full of zereos), at seemingly random places, but not near the front of the file.
The file was encrypted with PGP 5.0. I tried to decrypt with PGP 5.0 and that didn't work. Should I try with gpg? Does gpg behave gracefully if the input file is corrupted? I don't normally use gpg: can I decrypt a file with gpg that was originally encrypted with pgp 5.0?
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