To reproduce this just change an item in the filter list: The contents of the window changes but NOT the name (title) of the window (only in the leftmost tab).
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I tried the same:
Jan 24 2019
Sorry for the mistake!
It seems related to the load of the cpu. I'm using win7 32 bit in a netbook. When cpu is heavy loaded corruption is worse. I don't know if it's really relevant, only seems!
Using gpgme means selecting the folder and use secondary button of the mouse (I think that this is the name of the integration tool with the desktop, isn't it?). Also fails using Kleopatra menu.
I tried several times with the same folder and I obtained diferent results. If I zip the folder and encrypt a unique large file seems to work fine. It seems to fail in pack-encrypt phase. Decoding several times the same encrypted file gives the same wrong result. Decrypt using command line also gives a wrong result. I didn't try to encrypt-tar from command line.
Jan 22 2019
No, thks. It's just a test to confirm this rare behaviour. I did the same test several times with several and diferent results. But I think that a data corruption occurs sometimes when encripting a folder with several and large files. Just aconfirmation of the bug for the developpers.
Hi, jmanuel, I agree with you.
Jan 14 2019
You can save as text or html decrypted. And apart save the attachment. You can save as .msg in encrypted form dragging and dropping the message row to the desktop. In Outlook smime native mode you can save as .msg in encrypted mode (could be the key cache decrypts "on the fly"). This option seems disabled in gpgol.
Jan 9 2019
I agree. It seems a MS trouble. It remembers the trouble that you have when send email of new version available for your software. Something modifies the signed content.
Were useful for you the files that I sent yesterday? There were extracted using MFCMAPI MFCMAPI tool once emails were collected but before opened by Outlook. When it's checked one of them fails to verify signature. Other two are ok (diferent origin but the same key).
Dec 20 2018
I agree. It also happens to me. But only with mails coming from "Microsoft security update releases". Mails coming form "Microsoft security advisory notification" and Microsoft security update summary for..." are ok and are signed by the same key. It could be some trouble in MS automated email treatment.
Dec 18 2018
I'm the spanish user. Are you also setting default ocsp responder option?
Setting only ocsp_signer doesn't worked, there are several CA's with diferent ocsp responders.