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I have imported into GPG their public keys, and our private/public pair that were exported from PGP 6.5.8 on a PC. 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 I double and tripple checked (disabling hide typing checkbox) ...password was correct but NAPGP keept saying it wasn't. The best way to determine > this is to have a look at what 6.5.8 produces. have a peek here

As I said, I can decrypt fine using GPG, but in this case the client is using Windows PGP 6.5.2. After I sent the message, I tried decrypting the message in the sent folder but TB! I've tried with and without ASCII Armor and integrity check but no luck, still getting the same error. Unfortunately you'll need to see what's going on in the decryption step as that's probably where 6.5.8 is picking up there is a session key issue.

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Is there any backward compatibility option I'm not enabling? Meaning: BouncyCastle can encrypt and decrypt for PGP Desktop, KGPG and Himself. 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 thing, some of the PGP products 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

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 Can each app encrypt and decrypt using its own keys (the ones generated by each app)? 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 Contact Gossamer Threads Web Applications & Managed Hosting Powered by Gossamer Threads Inc.

Everything is ok on the encryption, but when our trading partner gets the file they get this error message: Error: encrypted session key is bad Any thoughts? PGPEncryptedDataGenerator cPk = new PGPEncryptedDataGenerator( PGPEncryptedData.AES_128, //AES_192, AES_256, Blowfish, cast5, DEs, idea, tripleDes, Twofish Encryption of a 2K text file is done. Did these results change when enabling or disabling ASCII armor > or integrity check? > No > 3.3.2.

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). David Hook-4 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: ERROR: encrypted session key is bad (when trying to Thanks in advance for any input you can give me. Is the size of file they have received the same as the size you sent? 2.

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Sassaman [email protected] Thu, 16 Mar 2000 23:49:40 -0800 (PST) Previous message: GPG & PGP 6.5.x (was: PGP 5.x and GnuPG) Next message: PGP 5.x and GnuPG Messages sorted by: [ date http://bouncy-castle.1462172.n4.nabble.com/ERROR-encrypted-session-key-is-bad-when-trying-to-decrypt-td1466221.html Contact Professional Services now Enter search queries below or use the tag links to the right to browse the knowledge base by category (Show All Tags). Key Pad This happened for KGPG, > PGPD and BC keyrings. > BC = Yes, it can using each pub and priv keyring file. > > 3.3. 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://svbuckeye.com/an-error/an-error-occurred-while-initializing-mapi-session.php 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. To be the most compatable with all implementations of OpenPGP, one should 3DES, as this will be present in all OpenPGP compliant programs. (IDEA and CAST5 are "shoulds", 3DES is a

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 check $USAGE or call your Unix System Administrator" fi else echo "ERROR filename $1 is not found or filesize is zero bytes" fi exit $? 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... Check This Out This selection is based on 1) preferred algorythmsand 2) not disabled algorythms of both the sender and recipient.Casey Johnny Kapikki 2005-08-08 09:40:42 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Casey KlcAt PGPckt Options/Advanced/Symetric

this is the last thing i wanna do... 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 No error or exceptions appear >> 6.

Can each app decrypt files encrypted by other apps using shared public keys?

Some messages have been sent, where the session key used wasAES256. Bad Session Key error when trying to decrypt a file encrypted with Robo-FTP This article applies to Robo-FTP v3.6 and later. generated more than 20 error boxes with message: "The passphrase you entered does not match any of the usable listed keys" 2. logo-symantec-dark-source Loading Your Community Experience Symantec Connect You will need to enable Javascript in your browser to access this site. © 2016 "Encrypted session key is bad" (was: Re: GPG &

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 I know this is and old > version but thats the one our client uses (to save some $$$). > > Is there any backward compatibility option I'm not enabling? Walsh wrote: > > >>>Well, I don't know about this. this contact form or could Network associates PGP be just too old to handle encryption from bouncyCastle?

I use public key from step 3 for encryption via >> keyBasedLargeFileProcessor and keyBasedFileProcessor >> 5. I was one of the people that emailed William. > I tested it with GPG 1.0.1 and PGP Freeware for Windows 6.5.2. You could keep the old key and work around this by adding a new UID with a different preferred algorithm specified, and encrypting to that. - --Len. Can each app decrypt files encrypted by other apps using shared > public keys? > KGPG = Yes, it can decrypt files encrypted by PGPD, NAPGP and BC > PGPD =

All rights reserved worldwide. Created 1 RSA and 1 DSS keypair in each PGP app, so i ended up with 8 keyrings 2. Contact Technical Support now Professional Services Need more than basic technical support? As for why it is doing it.