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When I use PGPDECRYPT, I get an error indicating that the destination file is empty. However, the encrypted file has data. (Robo-FTP 3.0.2 and earlier)
There was a bug in Robo-FTP which would cause that error to appear if the user did not specify a destination file, or specified a folder name instead of a file name. This was corrected in version 3.0.3. You can work around this issue in older versions of Robo-FTP by specifying a specific file name for the destination.
Article last updated: 2019-05-08
Tags: PGP, Robo-FTP, GPG