WINDOWS - Adding passphrase to gpg via command line

Marcos Aurelio Lenharo lenharo at
Fri Jun 17 03:25:25 CEST 2016

Em 16-06-2016 11:51, Peter Lebbing escreveu:
> On 16/06/16 16:13, Mike Kaufmann wrote:
>> I've tried this commands with all the KeyGrips that are listed with a command similar to 
>> gpg2 --with-keygrip -K DCDFDFA4 sec   rsa1024/DCDFDFA4 2012-03-17.
> That part got accidentally mangled when I asked my mailer to reflow the
> message. It was supposed to be:
>> $ gpg2 --with-keygrip -K DCDFDFA4
>> sec   rsa1024/DCDFDFA4 2012-03-17 [SC] [expires: 2016-06-17]
>>       Keygrip = 2F677680CA15F6F7B963AF35822E8EC01FBF840A
>> uid         err Test Teststra <test at work.invalid>
>> uid         err Test Teststra (Koning van Wezel) <test at example.invalid>
>> ssb   rsa1024/77A3395A 2012-03-17 [E]
>>       Keygrip = 15CB764B81D542CF921978CA89910C69D53F4E2D
>> ssb   rsa2048/38EF7410 2016-01-12 [A]
>>       Keygrip = 3D88DC9D60F791821AF8D537EEAC3C8DF7720D63
>> I always receive the message 
>> ERR 67108881 No secret key <GPG Agent>
> I'm at a loss, frankly. I don't understand. You're using GnuPG v2.1.11,
> you can use the key itself, but the agent isn't aware of having it! That
> does not compute. I can only think of one thing. Are you really using
> GnuPG v2.1.11, or do you have GnuPG 1.4 co-installed and are you using
> that? If the latter, that's not going to work with keygrips. If the name
> of the binary you're invoking is "gpg", what does
> "gpg --version" say?
> Could you show the invocation and output of using gpg to sign or decrypt
> something? Please add "-v" to the command line to make it more verbose.
> And could you show command and output for determining the keygrip you're
> intending to use?
> HTH,
> Peter.

Hello guys,

I think this is related to the following issue I opened last year:

Best Regards,

Marcos A. Lenharo

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