Importing gnupg secret keys into pgp

carl w spitzer
Mon Apr 22 20:32:02 2002

What about PGP263ai i thought that supported Blowfish, Twofish IDEA, RSA
and about 6 more??

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On Thu, 18 Apr 2002 15:20:46 +0200 Werner Koch <> writes:

>On Thu, 18 Apr 2002 12:35:16 +0100, Nicholas Dickens said:
>> way to get messages signed is to use pgp. But I can't seem to import
>> secret keys into it. Any ideas (or places to look), pgp to gnupg is
>> pretty well covered...
>Either set the passphrase using GnuPG to empty, export, import to pgp
>and set the passphrase again (for both copies of the secring?).  
>Or better:
>gpg --s2k-cipher CAST5 --edit your_key_id
>and change the passphrase ("passwd") (you can use the same) so that
>CAST5 gets used as the cipher algorithm.  Most versions of GnuPG use
>Blowfish which is not supported by PGP.
>  Werner

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