file contained no OpenPGPdata
Brian.Cooperider at RelayHealth.com
Tue Jul 27 18:14:45 CEST 2010
Thanks, I'm correct in that GNUPG is not compatible with IDEA but is
with casts and 3DES?
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Subject: file contained no OpenPGPdata
Cooperider, Brian Brian.Cooperider at RelayHealth.com wrote on
Mon Jul 26 16:23:02 CEST 2010 :
>We have a customer using pgp command line version 6.5. The file
>sending us is giving us the error "file contained no OpenPGData"
>using GnuPG 2.0.12, GPA 0.9.0
How is the pgp user encrypting this?
If it's with symmetric encryption, then pgp6.5.8 uses IDEA by
(In order for the pgp user to change this default behavior, the
user needs to use the following command:
pgp +ciphernum=1 -ce filename (this uses CAST5)
pgp +ciphernum=2 -ce filename (this uses 3DES)
pgp6.5.8 can use only the 3 cipher algos: IDEA, CAST5, or 3DES,
If they are encrypting to your key, then how did you generate this
key in gnupg?
You would have needed to use the gnupg option of --pgp6 or pgp6.5.8
will be unable to use that key.
It might be advisable to download a free commandline version of
and set up a test system, and see if you can communicate with it
using gnupg, and then tell the pgp6.5.8 client what additional
commandline entries the client needs to use.
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