Bug with multiple secret keys.

Yoni Elhanani biggo at netvision.net.il
Fri Jul 16 11:10:36 CEST 1999

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The bug is in version gnupg 0.9.7 and 0.9.8. (i checked only with these
When I try to decrypt a message, no matter what i set with the -u
It uses the key of my default (first) secret key.
It does not matter if I use a real uid or a bogus one.

The problem does not occur while signing, however.

Another problem I noticed, is with the GnomePGP frontend,
I have no idea if it relates, though. (I wanted to see if a frontend can
decrypt with various keys)
when i try to decrypt a message via gpgp i get the following error: (it
doesn't even ask for my passphrase!)
gpg: DBG: mapped 4k shared memory at 0x40014000, id=680704
gpg: cannot open /dev/tty: Device not configured

Here is my options file if it helps:
#(without all the comments)
keyserver wwwkeys.eu.pgp.net



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