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Thanks. > > -Chris > __ L. 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 > >>> Can each app decrypt files encrypted by other apps using shared public keys? or could Network associates PGP be just too old to handle encryption from bouncyCastle? this contact form

Decrypted file was 0k in size. > -When trying to decrypt BC encrypted files, NAPGP produced "ERROR: > encrypted session key is bad" > > BC= Yes, it can decrypt files BC = Yes, it can using each pub and priv keyring file. 3.3. Bouncy Castle › Bouncy Castle - Dev Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search ERROR: encrypted session key is bad (when trying to decrypt) Classic List Threaded ♦ ♦ Locked After I sent the message, I tried decrypting the message in the sent folder but TB! http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/error-has-occurred-encrypted-session-key-bad

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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 Tested different scenarios. 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.". Bad Session Key error when trying to decrypt a file encrypted with Robo-FTP This article applies to Robo-FTP v3.6 and later.

Contact Technical Support now Professional Services Need more than basic technical support? 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' Could it be that I somehow managed to encrypt the same message twice? Using this older PGP format is still generally considered to be secure, but it does impose a 2 Gb file size limit.

KGPG = Yes, it can decrypt files encrypted by PGPD, NAPGP and BC PGPD = Yes, it can decrypt files encrypted by KGPG, NAPGP and BC NAPGP = Yes, it can Key Bar Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure or distribution is prohibited. NA> Just did... i thought about this Free forum by Nabble Edit this page alt.security.pgp Discussion: Can't Decrypt AES256 (PGP CKT) (too old to reply) Johnny Kapikki 2005-08-07 09:49:24 UTC PermalinkRaw Message We are both using PGP 6.5.8cktHe's

net> Date: 2000-01-23 0:32:27 [Download message RAW] -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On 22-Jan-2000 William X. I've had a large problem with PGP 6.x not > >>>being > >>>able to decrypt messages encrypted by GnuPG, regardless if they key it is > >>>encrypting to was created in I've exported the corresponding public key from the keypair generated >> in step #2 >> 4. We use cookies to help provide you with the best possible online experience.

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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. http://bouncy-castle.1462172.n4.nabble.com/ERROR-encrypted-session-key-is-bad-when-trying-to-decrypt-td1466221.html this is the last thing i wanna do... Key Pad 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 > > 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

Both programs were able to >> decrypt what BouncyCastle had encrypted, so what's the problem with >> Network associates PGP Freeware version 6.5.8 ??? http://lanprolab.net/an-error/an-error-occurred-while-initializing-mapi-session.php Both programs were able to decrypt what BouncyCastle had encrypted, so what's the problem with Network associates PGP Freeware version 6.5.8 ??? 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 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

Network associates PDP 6.5.8 can't decrypt what BC encrypts. So it's not directly related to the CGI script. I'm using keyBasedLargeFileProcessor and keyBasedFileProcessor >> example for encrypting and decrypting files >> 2. http://lanprolab.net/an-error/an-error-occurred-please-try-again-in-another-vsphere-session.php Can each app encrypt and decrypt using other apps private and > public keyrings (the ones imported)? > KGPG = Yes, it can encrypt and decrypt using bot imported keyrings >

This involved the blowfish (if I remember correctly) session encryption algorithm. Strange thing is that if i used keyBasedFileProcessor and keyBasedLargeFileProcessor to encrypt and decrypt it works fine. Thanks in advance. > Regards, > > David > > On Mon, 2008-02-11 at 12:27 -0500, Gabriel Alejandro Gomez Alegria > wrote: > >> David, >> >> Thanks for your

If not, check that you are using BIN for the FTP transfer rather than ASCII. 3.

Can each app encrypt and decrypt using its own keys (the ones generated by each app)? Exported priv and pub keys for each keyring and imported each of them into every app. All rights reserved worldwide. If you do a "gpg --list-packets" on the KGPG files and the BC files are there any obvious differences?

I've exported the corresponding public key from the keypair generated > in step #2 > 4. Some messages have been sent, where the session key used wasAES256. I've tried with and without ASCII Armor and integrity check but no luck, still getting the same error. http://lanprolab.net/an-error/an-error-occurred-when-caching-value-for-key-session.php 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).

No error or exceptions appear >> 6. The test keys and message tht William gave me helped a lot. Is it one supported by PGP? Encryption of a 2K text file is done.

Regards, David On Tue, 2008-02-12 at 17:53 -0500, Gabriel Alejandro Gomez Alegria wrote: > *David, > > * > > Thanks for your reply. > > > Take a message generated 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 As i sayd earlier... I've installed Network associates PGP Freeware version 6.5.8 and >> generated an RSA and DSS keypair with it. >> 3.

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. >>> Once you've picked up on the difference it should be straightforward to tailor the BC code to produce 6.5.8 messages. 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. generated series of error boxes (more than 20 in fact !

And I made the mistake once of shipping an encrypted file using ASCII level ftp (so have a couple of clients coming back to us). Can each app encrypt and decrypt using other apps private and public keyrings (the ones imported)?