Do pgp 5.5.3 not work with RAS KEY?

Do pgp 5.5.3 not work with RAS KEY?

Post by Thomas Drebe » Mon, 05 Jan 1998 04:00:00



Hello

I have a old RAS Key that work with pgp 5.0 but pgp 5.5.3
can not decrypt a file that is encrypt with pgp 5.0 and RAS.
What can i do?

MfG
Thomas Drebert

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Do pgp 5.5.3 not work with RAS KEY?

Post by Anthony E. Gree » Mon, 05 Jan 1998 04:00:00


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Quote:>I have a old RAS Key that work with pgp 5.0 but pgp 5.5.3
>can not decrypt a file that is encrypt with pgp 5.0 and RAS.
>What can i do?

Buy 5.5.3 for Personal Privacy from PGP Inc, or go back to 5.0.

Tony

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Do pgp 5.5.3 not work with RAS KEY?

Post by David Ros » Mon, 05 Jan 1998 04:00:00



> I have a old RAS Key that work with pgp 5.0 but pgp 5.5.3
> can not decrypt a file that is encrypt with pgp 5.0 and RAS.
> What can i do?

See my analysis in the message "Compatibility 5.0 vs 5.5" (and its
follow-up) in this newsgroup.  

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