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GPGFileTool allows you to make use of GnuPG on your files without having to go to the command line. You can encrypt, sign, decrypt, and verify from an Aqua interface. GnuPG is a complete and free replacement for PGP, a common privacy security encryption program.

What's New

Version 1.0.2:
  • fixes issues with GnuPG 1.2.3.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.1 or later

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Please could you provide an Intel (or universal binary) version of the software ? Lion is coming and PPC applications will become useless.

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Version 1.0.2
GPGTools Project Team (Developer)
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GPGFileTool is being replaced by GPGServices which offers the same and even better and greater functionality.

http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/36566/gpgservices
or
http://www.gpgtools.org/gpgservices/index.html

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I have just installed GPG 1.4.1 and its "cocoa front-end wrapper" programs, GPGFileTool being one of them, on my Mac running OS 10.4.2.

I imported my PGP (v8.1) public and secret keyrings into GPG. My passphrase contains high-ASCII characters -- characters such as • (bullet) and umlauted vowels such as ö.

Although I can successfully sign and decrypt files using Terminal's command line (cool to show off my faux unix abilities), I am unable to sign or decrypt files using GPGFileTool. Only by changing my passphrase to something without special characters such as umlauts, am I able to use GPG File Tool to sign or decrypt files.

Am I doing something wrong or stupid here? Or is this a shortcoming of GPGFileTool? If a shortcoming of the program, this is something that should really be fixed, considering that the underlying encryption/decryption engine properly interprets high-ASCII characters in Terminal's command line.

Hoping that it is just a preferences configuration problem on my end, I look forward to your (or the developers' response).

Thanx!

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Version 1.0.2
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I've been following and using GPGFileTool since its first version. It has grown into a multi-options, stable, efficient, user-friendly application with a fine and no-nonsense GUI. Version 1.0.

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Version 1.0
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Anonymous
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I only tested verifying, till now.

The Info is not as strutured displayed, as in GPGTools, but with a bit more details.

It is localized!

I'd just like it to process signature-files automatically (or have a pref, where I can set it to do that), as that saves time.

A great piece of software!

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Version 0.9.1a
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Downloads 6,607
Version Downloads 3,390
License Free
Date 11 Aug 2003
Platform OS X / PPC 32
Price Free