[Enigmail] New GnuPG 2.0.27

David lists at theflorys.org
Fri Mar 20 23:24:09 CET 2015

On 03/20/2015 06:01 PM, Olav Seyfarth wrote:
> >>> installed GnupG 2.0.27, via Gpg4Win 2.2.4
> >> reason is, that GnuPG 2.0.27 errors out if it detects keys using MD5.
> >> Workaround: use allow-weak-digest-algos in Enigmail or gpg.conf
> > Is there a method to search for such keys?
> I definitely *don't know whether this is correct*, but what I did is
>   > gpg --list-key 0x00000000000000000000000000000000
> This, in my case, *seemes* to list all affected keys. Don't ask me why.
> I stumbled upon it while I got displayed keys with FPR all zero...
> I exported these keys to be able to roll back ...
>   > gpg --export 0x00000000000000000000000000000000 > md5_keys.gpg
> ... and deleted them manually by executing this as long as it still
> found some:
>   > gpg --delete-keys 0x00000000000000000000000000000000
> After that cleanup, I had no more errors even without
> allow-weak-digest-algos .
> Olav
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I got no keys but probably because I had done a manual scan in Kleopatra
which will show the hash if you hover over a key.  However, I am still
getting a gpa error.  Here it is:

The GPGME library returned an unexpected error at keytable.c:150.
The error was: Unsupported certificate
This is either an installation problem or a bug in GPA.
GPA will now try to recover from this error.

Googling this suggests it may be a conflict between gnome-agent and the
gpa-agent.  I am running Ubuntu 14.10.

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