Problem with decrypting message using GnuPGWrapper v1.0
joseph at bluefield.com.hk
Thu Sep 9 12:04:16 CEST 2004
I resolved this problem by replacing every instance of "=3D" by "=" in
the encrypted message before decrypting it using the wrapper.
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:gnupg-users-bounces at gnupg.org] On Behalf Of Joseph Tseung
> Sent: 03 September 2004 15:03
> To: gnupg-users at gnupg.org
> Subject: Problem with decrypting message using GnuPGWrapper v1.0
> I am using GnuPGWrapper v1.0 in my .NET application.
> I am using GnuPG for Windows and PGP 8.0.3. I created a key
> pair in PGP and imported both public and secret keys into
> GnuPG. An email was encrypted using that public key by MS
> Outlook and I am trying to use the wrapper GnuPGWrapper v1.0
> to decrypt the message in an .NET application.
> When running gpg.ExecuteCommand(), I ran into the following error:
> gpg: malformed CRC\r\ngpg: quoted printable character in
> armor - probably a buggy MTA has been used\r\n
> I noticed that my encrypted message text has some special
> characters like "=20", "\r\n". Is this the problem? How can I
> resolve it?
> Do you think this problem can be resolved if I do the key
> import/export in the opposite direction (i.e. create the key
> in GnuPG and export it to PGP)?
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