revokekeyjob.moc is included by job.cpp (as many other *job.moc files). The missing symbols should be available in the built libqgpgme.so. The command line
rdlibtool: link: clang++ t-revokekey.o t-support.o -g -O2 -L../../cpp/src/.libs -lgpgmepp -L../../cpp/src/../../../src/.libs -lgpgme -L/usr/lib64 -lassuan -lgpg-error -lassuan -L../src/.libs -lqgpgme -L../src/../../cpp/src/.libs -lgpgmepp -L../src/../../cpp/src/../../../src/.libs -lgpgme -lassuan -lgpg-error -L../src/../../../src/.libs -lQt5Core -L../../../src/.libs -lgpgme -lassuan -lgpg-error -lQt5Test -lQt5Core -lstdc++ -o .libs/t-revokekey
includes -L../src/.libs -lqgpgme. So it should link against the newly built library and not against an installed library.
I have no idea why OpenKeyChain cannot decrypt TestFileB.pdf.gpg. Here is the packet list (with automatic decryption).
$ gpg --list-packets TestFileB.pdf.gpg gpg: encrypted with rsa3072 key, ID B29C3E00B6EF27FA, created 2022-08-12 "TestKey4 <TestKey4@Email>" # off=0 ctb=85 tag=1 hlen=3 plen=396 :pubkey enc packet: version 3, algo 1, keyid B29C3E00B6EF27FA data: [3071 bits] # off=399 ctb=d2 tag=18 hlen=2 plen=0 partial new-ctb :encrypted data packet: length: unknown mdc_method: 2 # off=420 ctb=a3 tag=8 hlen=1 plen=0 indeterminate :compressed packet: algo=1 # off=422 ctb=90 tag=4 hlen=2 plen=13 :onepass_sig packet: keyid BBF1585AFE6385A9 version 3, sigclass 0x00, digest 10, pubkey 1, last=1 # off=437 ctb=cb tag=11 hlen=2 plen=0 partial new-ctb :literal data packet: mode b (62), created 1660319025, name="", raw data: unknown length
$ gpg --list-packets TestFileA.pdf.gpg gpg: encrypted with ECDH key, ID 8594A0FBC4AFAF88 gpg: public key decryption failed: No secret key gpg: decryption failed: No secret key # off=0 ctb=84 tag=1 hlen=2 plen=94 :pubkey enc packet: version 3, algo 18, keyid 8594A0FBC4AFAF88 data: [263 bits] data: [392 bits] # off=96 ctb=d4 tag=20 hlen=2 plen=0 partial new-ctb :aead encrypted packet: cipher=9 aead=2 cb=16 length: unknown
-> This still uses AEAD. It seems Werner's method to remove the AEAD feature doesn't work. At least not with gpg 2.3.7.
$ gpg --edit-key 8594A0FBC4AFAF88 Secret key is available.
I am going to introduce a new DisplaySN: value for 2.2 which might also be useful for master.
Does the progress bar really say "Verschlusseln" (with u instead of ü) or this is a bug in the screen capture tool? In the pinentry dialog there are also two ü that are displayed as u.
@werner @ikloecker I tend to agree with the original reporter that this is an issue. Not a Bug, but an issue that causes problems for our Users. At least we should have some way in Kleopatra to disable "Advanced Features". Then users could be pointed to some screenshots how to disable AEAD.
This works now with the fix in pinentry that uses the same code to bring the smartcard insertion dialog to the front as we use in the password entry dialog.
Before I was able to reproduce the issue, now it works as expected:
We have changes for this in master; I need to see whether it is possible to backport them.
Here is an example on how to remove the AEAD preference from a key using GnuPG 2.3:
As an alternative you may change the preferences on the key to adjust them to your changed/downgraded version.
- TestKey1 (gpg 2.3) is an ECC-key (ed25519/cv25519) while TestKey3 (OpenKeyChain) is an RSA-key (rsa3072). I assume that OpenKeyChain supports ed25519/cv25519.
- TestKey1 (gpg 2.3) states that it supports some advanced OpenPGP features: features: 07 (= 0x04 + 0x02 + 0x01).
- TestKey3 (OpenKeyChain) states that it only supports one advanced OpenPGP feature: features: 01
Some details about TestKey3:
$ gpg --show-keys backup_2022-08-11.sec pub rsa3072/BBF1585AFE6385A9 2022-08-12 [SC] 4AFA1B0808A82E3EF941B067BBF1585AFE6385A9 uid TestKey3 <TestKey3@Email> sub rsa3072/F3E9DFE37D777AEF 2022-08-12 [E]
Some details about TestKey1_0x31B038AA:
$ gpg --show-keys --verbose TestKey1_0x31B038AA_public.asc pub ed25519/CD1E530031B038AA 2022-08-12 [SC] [expires: 2024-08-11] A438C95B6CAA724BC9F3DEB9CD1E530031B038AA uid TestKey1 <TestKey1@Email> sub cv25519/B390B84B58866C6A 2022-08-12 [E] [expires: 2024-08-11]
Here are two keys that I created on OpenKeyChain. They are in an encrypted backup file:
Here are two test keys I created with gpg4win 4.0.3 after reinstalling.
Please don't yell at us!
All issues were "fixed" by getting rid of the dialog for T6115: Kleopatra: Improve revoke certification.
Depending on what the user selected (key, one or more user IDs, a single certification) all certifications that the user can revoke are determined and, after confirmation, are revoked one after the other.
Apologies for the delay here, but the particular user claimed it was no longer an issue and it fell off my radar. However I now have a new individual with the same problem.
While playing with your scripts I figured that it would be useful to enhance the KEYINFO command. With
rG989eae648c8f3d2196517e8fc9cce247b21f9629 we could now
FWIW, the man pages do not carry all the info we have. However, I plan to chnage this and put everyting into man pages. It turned out that even me uses the man pages more than info(1) or gnupg/doc/*.
Wed, Aug 10
We are currently investigating another problem with a new feature. Thus things are delayed. Hopefully we get a new release this month (or at least a new gnupg 2.3 version to install on top of gpg4win).
Is it possible to have an ETA of gpg4win that 4 fixes this bug? thank you
Tue, Aug 9
The option to flag a user ID as the primary user ID is now available in the Certificate Details dialog as button below the user ID table and as context menu entry of the user ID table.
I am adding the gpgcom tag as this causes support problems because we do not really know if it is an invalid object with the correct passphrase or if just the passphrase is incorrect.
Should go into 1.10 too
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