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Having an issue with trying to encrypt and sign a message using Crypt::OpenPGP Here is my code
my $ct = $pgp->encrypt( Filename => 'plain.txt', Recipients => $key, C +ipher => 'DES3', SignKeyID => $signkey, SignPassphrase => $GPG_PP ) o +r die "Encryption failed: ", $pgp->errstr; if ($ct) { open( my $fh, '>', 'encrypted.gpg' ); print $fh $ct; close $fh; } else { #print "gpg failed: $pgp->errstr\n"; $err = Crypt::OpenPGP->errstr; print "gpg failed: $err\n"; }
Here is the error message I get:
Data too large for key size at /opt/perl-5.26.0/lib/site_perl/5.26.0/C +rypt/OpenPGP/Key/Secret/ line 33.
If I look at Crypt/ I can see the error message here
my $dlen = length $dgst; my $i = bitsize($key->q) / 8; croak "Data too large for key size" if $dlen > $i || $dlen > 50;
If I comment out the croak and following if line I can execute the code with no issues. Is there a better workaround then this?

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