Erroneous char at the end of a file...
ewrobinson at fedex.com
Thu Mar 22 14:30:55 CET 2007
Thanks for the response... My hands are a little tied, GPG is 'embedded'
in our application and can't change any values or parms at all.
--passphrase-fd 0 --no-tty --batch --sign --encrypt --compress-algo 1
I do not know what the customers decrypt string is.
Not familiar with --textmode I'll look it up on the site.
Yes, --armour is a parm that I can toggle back and forth.
Not familiar with --no-mangle-dos-filenames
Business Application Advisor
FedEx Corporate Services
Internet Engineering & EC Integration
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Subject: Re: Erroneous char at the end of a file...
What version of GPG are you using?
What is your encrypt and decrypt strings?
Are you aware of --textmode if platforms differ?
And --armour and --no-mangle-dos-filenames?
--- Eric Robinson <ewrobinson at fedex.com> wrote:
> Hello Group,
> I have a customer that is getting erroneous characters in the data at
> the end of a file (looks like ASCII ?) when they decrypt. This does
> not happen for every file.
> This customer is decrypting our GPG encrypted file with Authora's Edge
> We have looked at the data before the GPG encryption and It is clean
> free of characters
> Has anyone seen this type of issue with Authora's Edge software? I
> would appreciate any help at all.
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