EasyGPG 4.41.7 (2021-01-18)

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EasyGPG is an easy-to-use GUI for GPG (GNU Privacy Guard) that uses Zenity and Xclip.

EasyGPG is released under the GNU General Public License, version 3.0. Feel free to hack away at it. See the notice at the bottom of this page.

Here’s the help page for EasyGPG. This is written to be understood even by those who barely understand what encryption is.

Here’s a page with more technical details about EasyGPG.

EasyGPG will do something useful with any file or folder you drop onto its Desktop file. All files created by GPG are handled as you would hope except for detached signatures. EasyGPG properly handles all keys and messages appearing in text, even if there are several.

Installing EasyGPG for the First Time

When you click on the following link, you will be prompted either to save the file or open it with the appropriate software. If you save it, find where you saved it, and then double-click it.

In either case, extract the contents of the file, which will be a folder called EasyGPG-Installer. Open this folder, and double-click Install EasyGPG. The installer will download the latest version of EasyGPG, and then prompt for a location in which to save your new EasyGPG folder. By default, the new EasyGPG folder will be named easygpg, but you can use any name you like. When installation is complete, some windows will pop up. Read these, and you are on your way to using EasyGPG.


Updating EasyGPG

Versions Earlier than 3.0

Follow the instructions above, but select your already-existing EasyGPG fol