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GnuPG (aka GPG or often wrongly PGP) encrypts your data and communications. It is free, secure, and the standard to keep mail and data private.
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netzpolitik.org May 19
BVerfG-Urteil zum BND: Grundrechte gelten für alle
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GNU Privacy Guard May 19
German supreme court set limits on eavesdropping by the | heise online
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GNU Privacy Guard Mar 20
We just released GnuPG 2.2.20; see it has a minor security fix and features a simple extensions to reply encrypted to a signed message.
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GNU Privacy Guard Mar 5
German speakers might be interested in our new GnuPG quickstart writeup for Windows:
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Andrea Barisani Feb 28
My pure Go OpenPGP card just made its first decryption! Opposed to "normal" OpenPGP cards the PIN used is the actual private key passphrase. Therefore the key is decrypted on-demand rather than using the PIN as solely access control Does this feel better? What do you think?
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KDE Community Feb 18
Germany approves Gpg4KDE and Gpg4win for the transmission and processing of National Classified Information: KMail and Kleopatra are officially deemed secure for the transmission of confidential state messages.
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GNU Privacy Guard Feb 3
From our commercial department
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GnuPG.com Jan 28
Happy ! If you are at work and can't encrypt mails, maybe a good day to talk to your IT about it. With a web key directory encryption can be super easy nowadays. Be it in Outlook, Thunderbird or even in the browser with
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GNU Privacy Guard Jan 8
Those who are wondering why all 3rd party key-signatures are ignored since GnuPG 2.2.18 may want to read (, )
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GnuPG.com Jan 7
has gained an updated approval from the to also use OpenPGP for restricted communication. See: for our press release.
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GNU Privacy Guard Jan 6
Replying to @XinYenFon
Do not use a real name but just the mail address. Or use the option --allow-freeform-uid
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GNU Privacy Guard Dec 7
GnuPG 2.2.19 has just been released; it fixes a bug introduced in 2.2.18. See
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GNU Privacy Guard Nov 25
GnuPG 2.2.18 has been released:
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GNU Privacy Guard Nov 11
I meanwhile replaced the plusserver slaves by a slave at our friends from . Should be all fine now.
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GNU Privacy Guard Nov 11
Replying to @goncalor @gpg4win
More problems with their interface. In fact also ran into problems because the deNIX has more strict checks and didn't updated their server in time before they changed the record.
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GNU Privacy Guard Nov 8
Please note that we experienced DNS problems yesterday for .org. Your browser should have warned you about an invalid certificate. This has now been fixed but DNS takes some time to catch up. In case of problems please use instead
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GNU Privacy Guard Jul 15
A new version of has been released: . This one comes with the latest GnuPG (2.2.17).
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GNU Privacy Guard Jul 9
BTW: Infos on how to setup a are collected at
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GNU Privacy Guard Jul 9
Replying to @gnupg
Note that the new default is not to download any key-signatures from keyservers. This avoids flooding the local keyring but it won't help against a long taking download of affected keys. Mail providers are asked to install a for their users.
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GNU Privacy Guard Jul 9
To mitigate the attacks on the keyserver network, we just released a new version of GnuPG (2.2.17):
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