gpg ---> pgp 2.6.3 error

Zygo Blaxell
Thu, 25 Nov 1999 19:54:22 GMT

Signed message created at Thu Nov 25 14:53:58 1999 by zblaxell@lain

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On Thu, 25 Nov 1999 19:31:29 +0100, Werner Koch <> wrote:

>"T.H.E. Walrus" <> writes:
>> At 16.52 25/11/99 GMT, Zygo Blaxell wrote:
>> [gpg ---> pgp 2.6.3 error]
>> >Error: Decrypted plaintext is corrupted.
>> this happens to me only when text to encrypt was piped to GPG.=20
>> (this problem is reported in GPG FAQ)
Hmmm...the FAQ (the automatic one) that I found on didn't mention the piping part, only a long report of weird problems. Is there another one? This _does_ work around the problem, though.
>> no problem when text is saved to file before encrypting.=20
>You will see it also when compression is in use. So "-z 0" might
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