Thu May 16 18:36:02 2002
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We at First Choice Health have had some interesting times with clients
using PGP. Usually we've been able to overcome them. Here is what I'd
suggest you check:
1. the preferences on your key do not reference BLOWFISH or TWOFISH
anywhere in the list.
2. the client isn't trying to override and encrypt to IDEA.
3. the client (or your internal) file copy (via FTP) did not use
ASCII. [We had to educate a couple of clients.]
4. Is the client using WS_FTP on a Windows box and your FTP server is
a Linux box? Specifically we have a problem with one client using
WS_FTP talking to our RedHat 6.2EE ftp server. The client side appears
to drop random <CR> bytes (not all of them as would be the case if it
was an ASCII transfer). Any other ftp client at their site appears to
work flawlessly. But they "like" WS_FTP <<sigh>>.
- From your description, I would lean toward #3 or #4. The presumes that
they were able to correctly import your public key are are really
encrypting to it. Are you able to encrypt a file to your public key
and then decrypt it?
First Choice Health Network
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From: Mark Brettin [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2002 8:45 AM
Subject: compatibility issues
Can any tell me if there is a known compatibility issue with
PGP v7.0 and GnuPG 1.0.6?
I'm having problems decrypting a clients message. I am using
GnuPG 1.0.6 and the client is using PGP 7.0. The client is
able to decrypt my messages. The error I get when trying
to decrypt the 7.0 message is as follows:
gpg: decryption failed: bad key
Thank you in advance.
Gnupg-users mailing list
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