PGP Command Line does not honor or create suggested output name using USP
Consider the following scenario:
A file "test.txt" is encrypted and signed with PGP Command Line. As no "-o" operation is specified in the command, the output file would be "test.txt.pgp". Rename this file to "newfile.pgp".
Although this file has been renamed, during encryption, a "suggested output" standard was used so that a decryption routine should honor the suggested output filename. In this scenario, when running the following command, as there is no "-o" option specified, the expected output filename should be "test.txt", even if the file has been renamed:
pgp --decrypt newfile.pgp --auth-username "skm" --auth-passphrase "skm" --usp-server keys.manageddomain.dom --debug --auth-passphrase "skm" --debug
When using PGP Command Line 10.3.2 and the "-usp-server" option, the suggested output filename is not honored for encryption, or decryption.
This has been resolved in PGP Command Line 10.3.2 MP11.