jpboard2 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 16 02:02:41 CET 2010
I have a fairly large file (about 10 mbytes) that was corrupted on disk. About 5-10 pages of the file (4096-byte blocks) were lost and set to zero. The file is a PGP encryption of a another file which is a 'tar' file of other smaller ASCII text files.
I would like to decrypt as much of this file as possible. I know with several blank pages, I can never fully recover the file. However, most of the data is still legitimate. Is it possible to recover it with the gpg tools? To this point, I had been using the older PGP 5.0 version, but I can try gpg if it can decrypt most of the file.
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