Network associates PDP 6.5.8 can't decrypt what BC encrypts. Strange thing is that if i used keyBasedFileProcessor and keyBasedLargeFileProcessor to encrypt and decrypt it works fine. Network associates PDP 6.5.8 can't decrypt what BC > encrypts. When I tell Network associates PGP Freeware version 6.5.8 to decrypt > the file i get "ERROR: encrypted session key is bad" > > I've done the same test using PGP Source
generated more than 20 error boxes with message: "The passphrase you entered does not match any of the usable listed keys" 2. NA> Just did... Browse the FAQ list now Getting Started Browse these tutorials and sample scripts to get up and running with Robo-FTP in minutes. Of course, he's using ckt,so he has available all the same algorithms that I have available onmy machine.
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' check $USAGE or call your Unix System Administrator" fi else echo "ERROR filename $1 is not found or filesize is zero bytes" fi exit $? KGPG = Yes, it can encrypt and decrypt using bot imported keyrings PGPD = Yes, it can encrypt and decrypt using bot imported keyrings NAPGP = Can encrypt but CANT decrypt. I've been reading the docs and list archives and so far can't find any option that might solve this, so if anyone has any possible solution for me to try, I'd
This site was made with Ruby and is powered by Radiant CMS Serengeti Systems Incorporated 1108 Lavaca Street, Suite 110 PMB 431 Austin, TX 78701 Skip to site navigation (Press enter) This way every app will have everybody keys 3. off List. If you haven't tested a couple of different algorithms it would be worth doing that too. > > or like this? > (438) inLineIv[inLineIv.length - 3] = 0; > (439) inLineIv[inLineIv.length
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, If you do a "gpg --list-packets" on the KGPG files and the BC files are there any obvious differences? 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. > Tested different scenarios.
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... Accept Login | Register For Free | Help Search this list this category for: (Advanced) Mailing List Archive: GnuPG: users Problems with PGP user decrypting GPG files When I tell Network associates PGP Freeware version 6.5.8 to decrypt the file i get "ERROR: encrypted session key is bad" I've done the same test using PGP Desktop and KGPG(linux) If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the original message. lionel at mamane Jan10,2002,7:26AM Post #3 of 3 (994 views) Permalink
Please read on: >> I just reinstalled PGPckt after having some problems with XP. http://bouncy-castle.1462172.n4.nabble.com/ERROR-encrypted-session-key-is-bad-when-trying-to-decrypt-td1466221.html Regards, David On Mon, 2008-02-11 at 12:27 -0500, Gabriel Alejandro Gomez Alegria wrote: > David, > > Thanks for your reply. > > > > Unfortunately you'll need to see what's Key Pad 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). generated series of error boxes (more than 20 in fact !
The best way to determine this is to have a look at what 6.5.8 produces. http://crearesiteweb.net/an-error/an-error-occurred-while-initializing-mapi-session.html Software components for data protection, secure storage and transfer For software developers Secure protocols for transfer and keeping of binary data, files, documents and e-mails SecureBlackbox Secure storage of files and This way every app will have everybody keys > 3. Both programs were able to > decrypt what BouncyCastle had encrypted, so what's the problem with > Network associates PGP Freeware version 6.5.8 ???
Could >> someone please post me an encrypted message for test purpose? Error keeps showing up :S >> >> Any more suggestions? >> >> Thanks in advance for any input you can give me. >> >> >> > > > Encryption of a 2K text file is done. have a peek here As for why it is doing it.
Use this key for signing and encrypting the file (and be sure to send the resulting public key to the recipient).Article last updated: 2014-04-03 Tags: PGP, GPG, Encryption Site Map Walsh wrote: > > >>>Well, I don't know about this. If so, still check just to be sure <
Just an addendum, the original error was when attempting to use the GSecure cgi script to encrypt form input before emailing. Can each app decrypt files encrypted by other apps using shared public keys? You may need to modify PGPEncryptedDataGenerator line 439 and 440 (I think) if this is the case. I use public key from step 3 for encryption via keyBasedLargeFileProcessor and keyBasedFileProcessor 5.
If >>> you haven't tested a couple of different algorithms it would be worth >>> doing that too. >>> >> I tried this with every Simm algorithm offered All rights reserved worldwide. No error or exceptions appear 6. http://crearesiteweb.net/an-error/an-error-occurred-when-caching-value-for-key-session.html 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,
Yes I got your message without any problem. 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... Also Network associates PDP 6.5.8 can't decrypt what Network > >> associates PDP 6.5.8 encrypts using a RSA/DSSKeyring generated via BC. > >> > >> > >>> One other When I tell Network associates PGP Freeware version 6.5.8 to decrypt >> the file i get "ERROR: encrypted session key is bad" >> >> I've done the same test using PGP
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. Encryption of a 2K text file is done. A 'batpgp60.dll' error box pops up with message, "An error has occurred: encrypted session key is bad" I use: PGP 6.5.8ckt (Build 06) -- Cheers, Sudip For PM:- mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] ---- Perhaps > there is some kind of option I am missing or something? > > I have the following settings in my options file: > > no-greeting > force-v3-sigs > escape-from-lines