GnuPG


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GnuPG

(GNU Privacy Guard) The Free Software Foundation (FSF) equivalent of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP). Based on the OpenPGP standard, encrypted GnuPG data can be decrypted by PGP and vice versa. See PGP, OpenPGP and GNU General Public License.
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0 runs on all Microsoft-operating systems as of Windows XP (Service-Pack 3) and requires Outlook 2010 as well as the free software GnuPG (version 1.
Like PGP (Pretty Good Privacy), GnuPG is an encryption software, implementing the Specifications for Pretty Good Privacy (OpenPGP) according to RFC 4880 of the Internet standard setting body IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force).
We continue to encourage and support the use of GnuPG as a convenient way to improve the security and privacy of communications.
CoreLabs discovered that the scripts and applications using GnuPG are prone to a vulnerability involving incorrect verification of signatures.
Werner Koch, developer of GnuPG, is the other founding member of freenigma.
It has revealed that it will offer an extension End-to-End for Chrome, which will make it simpler for users to utilize end-to-end encryption without having to use tools like PGP or GnuPG.
Because GnuPG does not use patented algorithms, it can be used without any restrictions.