Bad or missing CTB_CKE byte
Thu Sep 20 11:16:02 2001
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David K. Trudgett wrote:
> I just tested sending IDEA encrypted email to a PGP 2.6.3i receiver.
> At sending time, everything went OK, if you ignore the "deprecated
> cipher" warning*, but at the receiving end, the output is (including
> the caret G):
> Bad of missing CTB_CKE byte
this problems is not related to IDEA. I think...
if you want it decrypteable by 2.6.3.i you should
use --rfc1991 and you should not pipe to gpg
> It seems to me that the idea.c file obtained from the http://www.gnupg.dk/
> site has been corrupted
does the sig verifies ? if yes - it is not corrupt. simple.
> If someone has a good copy of idea.c, perhaps they could email it to
> me. Werner? I know you have it! :-) Come on, be a sport!
you can get one from my hp ( http://disastry.dhs.org/pgp ) in .tar.gz format,
it includes idea.c, idea.c.sig and idea.c.old, all with unix line endings.
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