We store database backups encrypted with PGP Command Line 9.7.0. Files look like 2009.bak.pgp
Here's command line used to backup these files:
pgp --encrypt F:\2009.bak --recipient email@example.com --encrypt-to-self --input-cleanup off --temp-dir F:\TEMP\ -v
All of these backups were restored just fine with this command
pgp --decrypt F:\2009.bak.pgp --passphrase "18_characters_password" --temp-dir F:\Temp -v --output F:\2009.bak
All of them, except one, which fails with this error:
Decoding file F:\2009.bak.pgp... 32% (2.1GB) F:\2009.bak.pgp:decrypt (3090:operation failed, error decompressing data) Wiping file F:\Temp\pgp-5532-0.tmp... 1%
I also tried to decrypt this file on Linux machine with this command:
gpg -v <2009.bak.pgp> 2009.bak
But it also fails with this error:
gpg: Fatal: zlib inflate problem: invalid block type
Is it somehow possible to recover this file? Maybe with HEX-editor or something like that? We really need to recover this file!
I appreciate any suggestions!