Reinstalling GnuPG and Enigmail probably won't help, as this is a problem with your GnuPG key ring. pub or pub/sec To decrypt you need pub/sec EKing wrote: | Ok, I saved it to a text file and attempted to decrypt it. | | This is what I get Somehow, smith secret key is able to decrypt things I never meant it to decrypt. So, apparently Enigmail cannot use my private key, why? http://strongboxlinux.com/error/error-cannot-find-patch-file-list-needed-for.php
on top of that, I actually somehow made two different keys for one of my email addresses. It seems somehow your private key ring got corrupted. No, that dialog selects the private key that you will use to sign messages, and to decrypt messages that you receive. Isn't that more expensive than an elevated system? https://gpgtools.tenderapp.com/discussions/problems/17162-openpgp-security-info-error-secret-key-needed-to-decrypt-message
I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Additional info: I thought enigmail with thunderbird was dumb so I used the commandline instead and tried to figure out my passwort by decrypting the message there with gpg --decrypt
in this case i thinks we need all two pub+secret keys to obtain this example. At this >point, you're only encrypting it to your friend's public key, so there's >only one keyhole in. or is there any need to even change it? asked 1 year ago viewed 4189 times active 8 months ago Related 7Enigmail - how to encrypt only part of the message?0PGP key: length, multiple identities, smart card1Can't import keys to
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 Also there is no difference if I send myself an encrypted message or someone else does with my public key. That's strange: you should only have one key that's your public key. Check This Out All the other settings are the same.
Proof of infinitely many prime numbers Does Zootopia have an intentional Breaking Bad reference? If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: DjDiabolik - 2013-05-31 OH!! I deleted all my keys and reimported them. Try deleting the lone public key under your name (unless, of course, you know why it's there, and you don't want to delete.
Obviously, the secret key needed to decrypt the message is not available/missing or not registered/imported to your pgp key ring. https://www.enigmail.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=128 So, apparently Enigmail cannot use my private key, why? –SmCaterpillar Dec 18 '14 at 11:33 I sometimes experience weird behaviour with Enigmail, in which case I save the (encrypted) kamas, Apr 16, 2013 #4 mirimir Registered Member Joined: Oct 1, 2011 Posts: 5,963 It's really very simple. PS.
my friends to DEctypt this same mail need all two my keys or not ? - At this point when my friends try to response this mail ENcrypt the response whit Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Yang edwardzyang at thewritingpot.com Tue Mar 29 15:50:09 EST 2005 Previous message: [Enigmail] Error - secret key needed to decrypt message Next message: [Enigmail] Error - secret key needed to decrypt You only exchange the public keys.
Why are so many metros underground? Was any city/town/place named "Washington" prior to 1790? Help to understand how to work............. So, you only need (and should) to exchange your Public keys.
EDIT3: If I evoke echo RELOADAGENT | gpg-connect-agent on the laptot where encryption works, it tells me that gpg-connect-agent is not installed??? share|improve this answer answered Jan 21 at 9:54 Bjørnar Simonsen 211 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote You're missing the private keys. I just found something out.
On my first computer, I happened to setup TWO separate email addresses for PGP. 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. sox and rec without the mic equations with double absolute value proof Is the NHS wrong about passwords? 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
if it's needed the all two keys. If you want to be able to decrypt something you encrypted, you'll have to treat yourself like a friend: you have to encrypt the message to yourself like to anyone else. If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: DWC - 2013-05-25 Ludwig, Thank you as this was the solution! 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)
Please don't fill out this field. What's the (redacted) output and/or error message of that command?