PGP can't decript messages encripted with GPG
Tue, 26 Sep 2000 13:30:43 -0500
It seems you're trying to import a secret ring created by GPG into
PGP and then encrypt on that in PGP. What I would do is create the
key in PGP, import the public key into GPG. Use that key to encrypt
in GPG, which PGP should then be able to decrypt.
More generically, always decrypt with the software which created the
key in the first place.
Hope this helps.
>Doing test for verify "how to take" the GPG and PGP, I have happened me the
>I Importe correctly the keyring of GPG 1.0.3 in PGP 6.5.8.
>I encripted a message with GPG 1.0.3. Once, I trated of decrypt this with
>PGP, saaying the program:
>"An error has ocurr: Encripted sesion key is bad"
>Why is this? Exist a way of correct this?
>P.D. Sorry my bad english!
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