[RCD] gpg compatibility issues

devotedmystic . devotedmystic at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 11:13:15 CET 2016


I'm tracking this down, slowly. I start to think it's an issue with the
originating client. I'll update the list.

On Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 11:18 PM, devotedmystic . <devotedmystic at gmail.com>
wrote:

>  Today I tested more extensively the latest gpg protocol modifications. To
> my surprise, while before everything seemed to work, I found new
> combinations that do not work.
>
>  Now the gpg module seems more sensitive to its own protocol, but cannot
> decrypt successfully mail sent from other clients that it could do before.
>
> Example: The following html mail asks for a decryption password, then
> displays this message, "This is an encrypted message and can not be
> displayed. Sorry!". The protocol is only slightly different from Enigma
> generated mails.
>
>
> (HEADER)
> X-Gpgit-Executed: True
> Content-Type: multipart/encrypted; boundary="----------=_1455832935-3072-0"; protocol="application/pgp-encrypted"
>
> This is a multi-part message in MIME format...
>
> ------------=_1455832935-3072-0
> Content-Type: application/pgp-encrypted; name="msg.asc"
> Content-Disposition: inline; filename="msg.asc"
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>
> Version: 1
> ------------=_1455832935-3072-0
> Content-Type: application/octet-stream
> Content-Disposition: inline
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>
> -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
> Version: GnuPG v1
>
> hQIMAxynbkzvSQ0KAQ/+IBYjOaa+S8vmLLUtlBNnc/Sxy/AWSJvH0tI86fCs5VhR
> EhYOpG4NGYH80jOrkwftWppEM2sll4xsvy/yZmRjdp88pHBsPEKy/vBm4w6NzsRT
> t0PpzwtiQ4z3+6qWmMGDFPHO54oDgEqCY7NoUk4e9lNYaeUNFNHoRB6+pV81cRAX
> rNj6R8Z5ROkO28dOxBICNBZ0s1qYlZ0fRKCe8SUK2ikCnZKYk7dLzb+gU+tDGmMY
> KZM7MAjHr+XHHN2scj5w8FhbFQZGOiIHAAOiCMAxhaxcPwYS9kOggr9d3uNvjn9X
> axDAWFopFDUbiBW2OrVA4WZfsbsCd9gncBHnK+mEmqkmnGuktrxsmU7WjX/D4Vqy
> //zvzaS+lJIi/gqIG+YkTzZzgSt34S6KlAmN1V3V+toHExDxfIj/cV507zKcAItm
> u6rojJzNsfyfhIRgkUDkvuL1LBgm6raCsXAJiwXszUzzcFYtPRCKTc+yZQUGCbhl
> cDLl9+JbGd8a4hriMLcsXBuO21ledawLSYNfFYTxX7aNLLQYC5qLad94zmOmWP4Z
> 0pSMex0erjLo0TSv9vMLqbJv8D3E+VOctq5/0wkVTcJhq5vRWI+6NxDDv5d/BuON
> SOivigBNLBPcSMOJ7+zjP5OZ2r9uvuNUSGe9lZz/DsYWIu71eOm5LivCjXvhWaDS
> wA0B4CdjKEVWcKsHd5vpVfU6omEcHhvRpbn+g9pXsRTJaXWp0u6LksfrzuAiy3je
> 704pYdvZZkANBQ6ipLZUPO0ca/QJWNUqQ3V2ZxkGRY2WmpPtyG6aNVKeH06VTSGW
> +TdrX9v6NJzAC1LUHqXzo1I28oQwU9QajP9k4jtXh+B7WrdImERl8rgNPSUpsP/m
> UQO8m3wvBKdysxER2uwdouzufPtYU34LckvsSnj/oStiVKmNfUNwm6I6Sfpw2qNa
> +3jj5Lz1jx3JxkHa1YVT
> =rLn8
> -----END PGP MESSAGE-----
>
> ------------=_1455832935-3072-0--
>
>
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