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GPG Decrypt errors

phishman1000
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Last Modified: 2013-11-17
hello experts,

new to PGP and GPG, i have cleint that we PGP encrypt and add a signature and we are still getting an "invalid signature " while decrypting
 the finger print ID matches and sent the file Ascii Armor on/off
signed and unsigned still no progress
question can this be decrypted without the signature added? i was told yes and weather we add or don't add the signature should not make a difference the file still should decrypt
please help
TIA
Phishman out


md: /mydomain/bin/gpgdecrypt -f 'TARJ295B.BALANCE.PGP' 'TARJ295B.BALANCE'
error: status 26112 returned by: /mydomain/bin/gpgdecrypt -f 'TARJ295B.BALANCE.PGP' 'TARJ295B.BALANCE'
debug:     gpg: encrypted with 2048-bit ELG-E key, ID XXXXXXXX, created
2008-11-04
debug:           "UXXXFTP <uxxxftp@my_domain.com>"
debug:     gpg: WARNING: message was not integrity protected
debug:     ## no valid signature.
error: TARJ295B.BALANCE.PGP: conversion command failed
debug: Quota:        /var/ndm       56          0        0

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