Is the size of file they have received the same as the size you sent? 2. If > you haven't tested a couple of different algorithms it would be worth > doing that too. I kept | >> clicking Ok and the new ones kept appearing!)with message: | | >> 'The passphrase you entered does not match any of the usable listed | >> keys' Once you've picked up > > on the difference it should be straightforward to tailor the BC code to > > produce 6.5.8 messages. > > > To be honest...
Encryption of a 2K text file is done. PGPEncryptedDataGenerator cPk = new PGPEncryptedDataGenerator( PGPEncryptedData.AES_128, //AES_192, AES_256, Blowfish, cast5, DEs, idea, tripleDes, Twofish I also did a mixed test with the above and (438) inLineIv[inLineIv.length - 3] = 0; (439) inLineIv[inLineIv.length - 4] = 0; but still no luck.
No error or exceptions appear >> 6. Contact Gossamer Threads Web Applications & Managed Hosting Powered by Gossamer Threads Inc. iD8DBQE40eOfPYrxsgmsCmoRAiZFAKDo1G/m8reBsSBwjxFAmHZ36qSbhwCeLzSO 1bxNqg4f+wqa+G+OG4wvDl0= =UxGi -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Previous message: GPG & PGP 6.5.x (was: PGP 5.x and GnuPG) Next message: PGP 5.x and GnuPG Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread Strange thing is that if i used keyBasedFileProcessor and keyBasedLargeFileProcessor to encrypt and decrypt it works fine.
Did these results change when enabling or disabling ASCII armor > or integrity check? > No > 3.3.2. Key Bar You'll need to modify the source of the BC code to tell you what > > is going on (as in what byte values are produced) when decryption takes > > No error or exceptions appear > 6. I don't understand why using 3DES works for him, whenAES256 doesn't.All of the messages he's sent me have used 3DES on the session key,and I've been decrypting them fine.I have not
Some messages, the session key has been 3DES. Is there any backward compatibility option I'm not enabling? No 3.3.2. I've exported the corresponding public key from the keypair generated >> in step #2 >> 4.
finger://ns.quickie.net/rabbi | --Joe Diffie -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.1c (GNU/Linux) Comment: OpenPGP Encrypted Email Preferred. check over here I chooseAES256 by bumping it up to the top of the list (but he has the problemwith the AES256 messages)."An Error Has Occurred: Encrypted Session Key Is Bad" vedaal 2005-08-08 18:04:46 Key Pad So it's not directly related to the CGI script. When trying to decrypt using imported keys (RSA and DSS) NAPGP produced the following error: "The passphrase you entered does not match any of the usable listed keys.".
You'll need to modify the source of the BC code to tell you what > is going on (as in what byte values are produced) when decryption takes > place. > http://crearesiteweb.net/an-error/an-error-occurred-while-initializing-mapi-session.html You can find out more about and set your own preferences here. BC = Yes, it can using each pub and priv keyring file. 3.3. I've exported the corresponding public key from the keypair generated > in step #2 > 4.
If you are signing a file in addition to encrypting it, and the recipient's PGP implementation is particularly old, using the /compat option with PGPENCRYPT may not be sufficient. As I said, I can decrypt fine using GPG, but in this case the client is using Windows PGP 6.5.2. Encryption of a 2K text file is done. have a peek here For some reason, GnuPG is encrypting to Blowfish, instead of Twofish. (Bug, Werner?) To be decrypted in PGP 6.5.x, the message must use CAST, IDEA, or 3DES as the ESK.
I use public key from step 3 for encryption via > keyBasedLargeFileProcessor and keyBasedFileProcessor > 5. All rights reserved worldwide. I've exported the corresponding public key from the keypair generated in step #2 4.
I've reported this a few times in the past over the last few months. > > > >This is not an intermittent problem. > > > I can confirm this problem. You'll need to modify the source of the BC code to tell you what >>> is going on (as in what byte values are produced) when decryption takes >>> place. >>> All of themessages have been encrypted to both my default key, and his publickeyWhen he receives a message from me where the session key was encryptedusing AES256, he gets the following How would I be able to see what Network > >> Associates PGP 6.5.8 is doing in the decryption step (Since 6.5.8 is not > >> open source).
Our Professional Services team can help you deploy a complete solution. After I sent the message, I tried decrypting the message in the sent folder but TB! When trying to decrypt using > imported keys (RSA and DSS) NAPGP produced the following error: "The > passphrase you entered does not match any of the usable listed keys.". http://crearesiteweb.net/an-error/an-error-occurred-when-caching-value-for-key-session.html All of themessages have been encrypted to both my default key, and his publickeyWhen he receives a message from me where the session key was encryptedusing AES256, he gets the following
Error keeps showing up :S > > Any more suggestions? > > Thanks in advance for any input you can give me. > > Gabriel Alejandro Gomez Alegria Reply | Threaded KGPG = PGP Linux PGPD = PGP Desktop NAPGP = Network Associates PGP 6.5.8 BC = BouncyCastle 1. Did these results change when changing Symmetric algorithm used? This way every app will have everybody keys > 3.
Bad Session Key error when trying to decrypt a file encrypted with Robo-FTP This article applies to Robo-FTP v3.6 and later. Browse tutorials and samples now Contact Technical Support If you can't find the answers you need online, get in touch with our Technical Support staff. The test keys and message tht William gave me helped a lot. The more | JA> curious thing was the fact I had to decrypt it twice to see the | JA> message...
or could >> Network associates PGP be just too old to handle encryption from >> bouncyCastle? >> >> I've tried with and without ASCII Armor and integrity check but no luck, I know this is and old version but thats the one our client uses (to save some $$$). On Fri, 17 Mar 2000, Chris Ruvolo wrote: > On Thu, 16 Mar 2000, William X. Thanks. > > -Chris > __ L.
check $USAGE or call your Unix System Administrator" fi else echo "ERROR filename $1 is not found or filesize is zero bytes" fi exit $? I sent an encrypted reply to Jonathan and also encrypted to my own key. I've installed Network associates PGP Freeware version 6.5.8 and > generated an RSA and DSS keypair with it. > 3. I don't have a | JA> clue ;) `----- [ End Quote ] ----- In Kevin's Case: 1.
I'm using keyBasedLargeFileProcessor and keyBasedFileProcessor >> example for encrypting and decrypting files >> 2.