|Developer(s)||The Gpg4win Initiative|
|Stable release||3.1.11 (with GnuPG 2.2.19) (December 17, 2019[±])|
|Preview release||3.1.8-beta16 (with GnuPG 2.2.15) (June 3, 2019[±])|
|License||GNU GPL and other free software licenses[which?]|
The original creation of Gpg4win was supported by Germany's Federal Office for Information Security, however Gpg4win and all included tools are free and open source software, and it is typically the non-proprietary option for privacy recommended to Windows users.
Contents of Gpg4win Installer
- GnuPG: the core encryption tool
- Certificate managers
- Kleopatra: certificate manager for OpenPGP and X.509
- GPA: an alternate certificate manager (GNU) for OpenPGP and X.509
- Plugins for email and file encryption
- Gpg4win Compendium: introduction to encryption (OpenPGP and X.509) and user manual for Gpg4win
- "Gpg4win change history". Andre Heinecke. 2019-12-17. Retrieved 2019-12-20.
- "Gpg4win-Beta download directory". Andre Heinecke. 2019-06-03. Retrieved 2019-06-09.
- "About Gpg4win". Retrieved 25 April 2019 – via gpg4win.org.
Creation of Gpg4win was supported by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).
- Hillenius, Gijs (19 December 2013). "Government-used cryptography tool seeks funds". Retrieved 25 April 2019 – via europa.eu.
Germany's Federal Office for Information Security (BSI)...in 2006...funded the development of GPG4win
- Bright, Peter; Goodin, Dan (14 June 2013). "Encrypted e-mail: How much annoyance will you tolerate to keep the NSA away?". Ars Technica. Retrieved 25 April 2019.
- Zukerman, Erez (5 December 2011). "Gpg4win: Powerful Encryption for Free". PCWorld. Retrieved 25 April 2019.