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I suggest you do the same. -- Tom lotuseclat79, Apr 16, 2013 #2 Creer Registered Member Joined: Jun 29, 2008 Posts: 1,345 Keep in mind that you don't need new Can two different firmware files have same md5 sum? If you encrypted messages to the public key from the second computer, you could decrypt them on the second computer, but not on the first. Not the answer you're looking for? http://csimonitoring.com/error/error-cannot-find-patch-file-list-needed-for.php

if it's needed the all two keys. If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Ludwig Hügelschäfer - 2013-06-21 You must not exchange secret keys! Is there any way to change the "selected default key" on GPA? Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 29.03.2005 19:30 Kai Brunengee: > Error - secret key needed https://gpgtools.tenderapp.com/discussions/problems/17162-openpgp-security-info-error-secret-key-needed-to-decrypt-message

All the other settings are the same. No, create an account now. Right click, then a popup asks you what to export. In that case, the enigmail error message should be more specific.

For the emails I could not decrypt I copied the email bodies into individual text files. Isn't that more expensive than an elevated system? What feature of QFT requires the C in the CPT theorem? You can force English messages if you prepend LC_MESSAGES=C to a command. –David Foerster Dec 18 '14 at 14:08 This (gpg -d) works just fine.

share|improve this answer answered Feb 16 '15 at 9:58 Tom Wadley 1214 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Ok I had a very simple solution to that. on top of that, I actually somehow made two different keys for one of my email addresses. Perhaps you thought you followed the instructions for setup of using Enigmail on both computers identically, however, the evidence indicates that this may not the case. in this case i thinks we need all two pub+secret keys to obtain this example.

In Thunderbird, select OpenPGP in the menu, and then Key Management. example whit A and B like me and my friends: 1) A send crypter mail to B using A keys (and a keys contain a public+secret keys right) 2) A send I seem to have messed something up. PS.

Thunderbird version 38.5.1, Enigmail 1.8.2 (20150416-1748), gpg (GnuPG) 2.0.28, libgcrypt 1.6.3. https://www.enigmail.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=128 I am using PGP with thunderbird. Find. When I wanted to open them I had the same error.

Accordingly, Enigmail cannot access the private key. That's strange: you should only have one key that's your public key. I have an old setup of Thunderbird program (3.1.10) on an old laptop running Enigmail 1.1.2 and I have the exact same setup from this version in my new Thunderbird (17.0.6) share|improve this answer answered May 27 '15 at 6:22 user414158 211 This worked for me, thanks.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. You did something like this: C:\gnupg>gpg --list-secret-keys C:/gnupg\secring.gpg -------------------- sec 1024D/802299DE 2003-06-30 uid Richard H. The problem is, when I try to repeat it again on a separate computer, it will not decrypt the email. I am still having trouble but I'll work on what you said and see if it works.

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Yang Personal: edwardzyang at thewritingpot.com >SN:Ambush Commander Website: http://www.thewritingpot.com/ >GPGKey:0x869C48DA http://www.thewritingpot.com/gpgpubkey.asc >3FA8 E9A9 7385 B691 A6FC B3CB A933 BE7D 869C 48DA >-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- >Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (MingW32) > >iD8DBQFCSbY2qTO+fYacSNoRAu8JAJ9hIV2y7IeYD+7DDLEgJj0YcrYEbgCdG70d >RUeIsoGUEeSEb7cR3pUdf0U=

However, on the laptop where the decryption no longer works, I can evoke echo RELOADAGENT | gpg-connect-agent. Put the file in the same directory as gpg |> and open a command prompt there. Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. Yang Personal: edwardzyang at thewritingpot.com SN:Ambush Commander Website: http://www.thewritingpot.com/ GPGKey:0x869C48DA http://www.thewritingpot.com/gpgpubkey.asc 3FA8 E9A9 7385 B691 A6FC B3CB A933 BE7D 869C 48DA -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (MingW32) iD8DBQFCSb+BqTO+fYacSNoRAtqqAJ9R3Yvqfa/zq9PTJ/ePrpXIImW5uwCfehiU mU7xrO0CxmwxGS2wRTRXNUU= =aMSB

Similar Threads Unexplainable Problem with dsCrypt lemonlime, May 25, 2016 Replies: 0 Views: 261 lemonlime May 25, 2016 Thread Status: Not open for further replies. For better keys management you can use GNU Privacy Assistant (GPA), Kleopatra or WinPT. in the last version it's needed to obtain all two keys ?? I deleted all my keys and reimported them.

That's the whole point in using public key cryptography. What's the (redacted) output and/or error message of that command? but not the SECRET Keys.... If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: DjDiabolik - 2013-06-14 I have re-read your example...

Thanks If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Ludwig Hügelschäfer - 2013-05-22 Hi, this difference is the Discussion in 'encryption problems' started by kamas, Apr 16, 2013. When I follow instructions such as in your linked source for Enigmail setup, I keep a log of precisely what I do in terms of a detailed checklist so that I When you encrypt to yourself, you add another key >in, which is your private key. > >- -- >Edward Z.

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