I'm trying to decrypt a PGP Message that is encrypted with an RSA key, but I only have this information:
Public exponent: 65537
Prime 1: c447376fcf2a4d4f03840c83f68b23202f081f8561a1f0295703df258a96b8fd6cc8cb307558d60cbd692a45ed2414370349e28badf0f180419fc1df2cd87e99
Prime 2: d876bd7c4963b8c06f148da504d1f7c7b9b20a719a0d3788eacc7effa7acb9cc200ef3a18a29fb5c733d45e04104ef3e7fc77f3ec847526b0c5d50506a2f471b
It seems when generating a key, the primes are automatically generated so I can't find any tools online that will help me any.
Here's where I'm currently at:
~$ gpg -d green.gpg.asc
gpg: encrypted with RSA key, ID 00000000
gpg: decryption failed: secret key not available
The end goal is I'd like to create a key that can be imported which would then allow the above command to decrypt the message.
Here's the file I'm trying to decrypt for context: