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GnuPG - GNU privacy guard - a free PGP replacement
Published by repo.roscidus.com
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If you don't see this menu item, install the zeroinstall-injector package from your distribution's repository, or from 0install.net.
Alternatively, to run it from the command-line:
$ 0launch http://repo.roscidus.com/security/gnupg
The 0alias command can be used to create a short-cut to run it again later.
If you don't have the 0launch command, download it from the 0install.net web-site, which also contains documentation about how the Zero Install system works.
- Full name
GnuPG is GNU's tool for secure communication and data storage. It can be used to encrypt data and to create digital signatures. It includes an advanced key management facility and is compliant with the proposed OpenPGP Internet standard as described in RFC2440. GnuPG does not use any patented algorithms so it cannot be compatible with PGP2 because it uses IDEA (which is patented worldwide).
- Available versions
The list below is just for information; Zero Install will automatically select one of these versions for you.
Version Released Stability Platform Download 1.4.9-3 2010-06-06 Linux-i386 Download (1571178 bytes) 1.4.9-3 2010-06-06 Linux-x86_64 Download (1620186 bytes) 1.4.10-4 2011-05-29 Linux-i386 Download (1711464 bytes) 1.4.10-4 2011-05-29 Linux-x86_64 Download (1769667 bytes) 1.4.11 stable Windows-* Download (2114852 bytes)
Non-Zero Install packages provided distributions can also provide this interface:
Distribution Package name RPM gpg2 RPM gnupg2 Arch Slack Debian RPM Cygwin gnupg Gentoo app-crypt/gnupg MacPorts gnupg Darwin gnupg Darwin gnupg2
- Required libraries
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