How to get my GNUPG Elgamal private key exponent?

Danny Crane transparentdata243 at
Fri May 1 08:37:03 CEST 2015


I have tried googling around. The closest solution I get is:

private.key contains the private key file.

$pgpdump -i private.key

But this only gives me the following:

ElGamal p
ElGamal g
ElGamal y
Encrypted Elgamal x
some other information of crypto

It shows the value for p,g,y, but not x. How can I find out the value of x?
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