Fwd: Using gpg to sign database information, problems with signature verification

Robert J. Hansen rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Tue Jun 17 02:36:01 CEST 2014

>     I have been using gnupg to secure my personal data for a long time
> and it has worked very fine. But now I need to use it in a very
> different way. I have developed a dll in .net (with c#) which must
> encapsulate the program gpg. Thus, the dll is a library wrapper that
> provides my .net programs with basic encryption/decryption and
> signing/verification of information used in these programs.  The signing
> process implemented in the dll is separate signing, so that the signed
> data is not included in the gpg signature. The dll uses the .net Process
> class to invoke the gpg executable. 

Please don't do this.  Use gpgme-sharp instead.  (It will require
compiling your assembly as a 32-bit app, but this is normally not a big


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