secring and dropbox

Ben McGinnes ben at
Thu Jul 21 16:34:39 CEST 2011

On 22/07/11 12:20 AM, Aaron Toponce wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 06:01:23PM -0600, Jay Litwyn wrote:
>> -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
>> Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (MingW32)
>> Comment:
>> owF9Vl1oHFUUThpb6eJSfa7oKYJJcH8msWmTWFISH9otplaptPVF7s7c3bnJzNzp
>> vXey2bZo37QIolKhSBUR/KEovvRFxBeh9lUQf6AgaB8VXwTpW/3OnZ20VTAksDv3
>> 3HO+853vfJM36xNj28YfeWrt8k/u/N/jn+/c0b2/n/dbbtMdnUzGn81oNpiZaQb7
>> m7MBzQSLc3O0vNqgZWF0Rsd1rrNQ0sBoJxfrtSVC/AkZNehIkeBiw18m4SjYt7h3
> [snip]
> Am I the only one who can't decrypt this message? Is there something
> I'm missing?

It wasn't encrypted, it was signed and base64 encoded (gpg -sa).  That
said, you're almost certainly not the only one who couldn't read it
(for the record, I could).


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