anjul_narain at yahoo
Mar 11, 2011, 10:45 AM
Post #3 of 5
Actually my client (a bank in this case) is using GPG 1.2.3 and does not want to upgrade right away. Is there a patch available for GPG 1.2.3 which can fix this issue ? Appreciate any help.
--- On Sat, 3/5/11, John Clizbe <John [at] enigmail> wrote:
From: John Clizbe <John [at] enigmail>
Subject: Re: GPG v1.2.3 decryption of large files
Cc: gnupg-devel [at] gnupg
Date: Saturday, March 5, 2011, 10:45 AM
Anjul Narain Varma wrote:
> Does anyone know of issues with GPG v 1.2.3 and decryption of large
> files?? The file decrypts fine but it contains gargbage characters at
> the end of the file. Is it a bug?
It's possible. 1.2.3 is also QUITE old.
> I am using Bouncy Castle to PGP encrypt my file. My client is using GPG
> v1.2.3 to decrypt it. If the file size is greater than 1 MB or so, the
> decryption is successful however there are garbage characters at the end
> of the file.
> There are no such issues with GPG v1.4.9.
There you have it. The most direct solution would appear to be for the client to
upgrade to a more current release of GnuPG. (>= 1.4.9)
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