Secret key not available
mika.henrik.mainio at hotmail.com
Fri May 25 17:55:47 CEST 2012
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On 25.05.2012 16:39, DUELL, BOB wrote:
> Couple quick questions (and probably a FAQ):
> 1. Attempting to decrypt a file that was sent to me by someone
> else, I get this message:
> gpg: decryption failed: secret key not available
> Could that mean the file was not encrypted with my public key?
Yes, that or you don't have any private keys in your keyring.
> 2. Assuming the above it "yes", is there a command I can use to
> display what key(s) were used to encrypt the file?
I think that decrypting command should show it.
> This file is coming from a vendor who recently transferred some of
> their operations to an "offshore" location and I'm dealing with
> quite a communications delay with them. They probably use
> different keys to deliver files to different groups in my company,
> but that's just a guess.
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