GPG Suite
GPG Suite
2018.5

3.8

GPG Suite

GPG Suite

2018.524 October 2018

OpenPGP on macOS.

GPG Suite
Free
24 October 2018

3.8

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GPG Suite

GPG Suite

2018.524 October 2018

OpenPGP on macOS.

Overview

GPG Suite One simple package with everything you need, to protect your emails and files.

What's new in GPG Suite

Version 2018.5:
Improvements
  • Various improvements concerning the activation of GPG Mail Support Plan
Fixes
  • Inline PGP signatures are verified again
  • Message from PGP Desktop or gpg4o were in some cases not decrypted
  • Changes introduced by Apple in 10.14.1b3 to mitigate efail lead to crashes
  • reminder: if you rely on GPG Mail, please stay on the stable release channel of macOS
  • Under certain conditions Mail could crash if a message was already being force fetched
  • The button to "Load Remote Content" would sometimes disappea

Requirements for GPG Suite

  • macOS 10.12.0 or later

130 Reviews

Rate this app:

15 June 2015

Most helpful

GPG Suite 2015-06 is finished and ready for download!

Everyone should install GPG Suite and climb its learning curve. It's one way We The People can maintain out Right To Privacy. And it's FREE. But I do recommend donating!
Like (10)
Version 2015.03-b6
18 January 2019
Like
Version 2018.5
20 December 2018
Useless rubbish. After installing this rubbish, the Mail.app no longer works.
Like
Version 2018.5
1 answer(s)
GPGTools
02 March 2019
Hi Id-Ego-SuperEgo, unfortunately this happens due to a bug in macOS Mail on Mojave. We have filed the bug with Apple as rdar://45552251 but it is unclear how long it will take them to resolve the issue.

If you are still seeing this problem, please open a discussion on our support platform: https://gpgtools.tenderapp.com/
Like (2)
24 October 2018
Like
Version 2018.5
23 October 2018
Like
Version 1.4.6
30 September 2018
Like
Version 2018.4
24 September 2018
I was shocked when I updated GPG Suite, opened Mail, only to see a notification windows asking me to Activate GPG Mail, Start Trial or Buy. Yes, GPG Suite is no longer Free! GPG Mail 3 (part of GPG Suite) onwards is a paid product - currently $23.90 US covering 3 machines. I immediately rolled back to the free version to do some thinking and to get out a few emails. GPG/PGP has been part of my workflow far too long to stop using it now - so I'm paying. I'll be reaching out to see if there is any kind of discount as I need to buy 65 licenses. Ouch! While I understand the developers need to survive - they did a horrible job communicating the change. They claim they mentioned the change at the beginning of the year - I don't remember reading about it - I'll just have to take the developers word.
Like (1)
Version 2018.4
4 answer(s)
Rusta
25 September 2018
Yes, and crash Apple Mail on macOS 10.12.6 ! Tested on two computers.
Uninstall and install the older one: https://releases.gpgtools.org/GPG_Suite-2018.3.dmg
Like
pe-macupdate
23 October 2018
They actually did announce the necessity to move to a paid support-model quite a while ago.

Anyway, even though I'm not such a heavy user as you obviously are, I felt some moral obligation to donate to the developers a couple of times. It's a matter of give and take: They donate much of their spare time for your benefit, so it's only fair to give back some money.

They even offered to give away a support account free of cost to donors.

On the other hand, obviously you can't live off the money people chose to give you for software of their own accord, so they needed to switch their business model or stop developing. I prefer the former option.
Like (3)
outer
24 October 2018
I'm shocked, shocked I say, that anyone would complain.

You don't want to pay the toll, do the heavy lifting yourself: they offer complete source, so feel "free" to compile, debug & configure as you see fit.

Seriously, Millennials! Taking it all for granted and whingeing at the slightest affront to their entitlement.
Like (1)
Derekcurrie
24 October 2018
The source code for GPG Suite is available at their website. If you're willing and able to compile it yourself, then it's free. But note that GPG Suite is an excellent cause worthy of our support, especially in this messed up politard time of totalitarian pressures. So if you compile yourself, donate as well. That's at least my intention.
Like (2)
13 February 2018
Like
Version 2018.1
06 February 2018
Like
Version 2017.3
26 January 2018
Like
Version 1.1.3
07 December 2017
Like
Version 2017.2
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3.8

Category:

Utilities

Security

Developer Website:
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Downloaded & Installed 103,525 times

Free

3.8

Category:

Utilities

Security

Developer Website:
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Downloaded & Installed 103,525 times

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130 Reviews

Rate this app:

15 June 2015

Most helpful

GPG Suite 2015-06 is finished and ready for download!

Everyone should install GPG Suite and climb its learning curve. It's one way We The People can maintain out Right To Privacy. And it's FREE. But I do recommend donating!
Like (10)
Version 2015.03-b6
18 January 2019
Like
Version 2018.5
20 December 2018
Useless rubbish. After installing this rubbish, the Mail.app no longer works.
Like
Version 2018.5
1 answer(s)
GPGTools
02 March 2019
Hi Id-Ego-SuperEgo, unfortunately this happens due to a bug in macOS Mail on Mojave. We have filed the bug with Apple as rdar://45552251 but it is unclear how long it will take them to resolve the issue.

If you are still seeing this problem, please open a discussion on our support platform: https://gpgtools.tenderapp.com/
Like (2)
24 October 2018
Like
Version 2018.5
23 October 2018
Like
Version 1.4.6
30 September 2018
Like
Version 2018.4
24 September 2018
I was shocked when I updated GPG Suite, opened Mail, only to see a notification windows asking me to Activate GPG Mail, Start Trial or Buy. Yes, GPG Suite is no longer Free! GPG Mail 3 (part of GPG Suite) onwards is a paid product - currently $23.90 US covering 3 machines. I immediately rolled back to the free version to do some thinking and to get out a few emails. GPG/PGP has been part of my workflow far too long to stop using it now - so I'm paying. I'll be reaching out to see if there is any kind of discount as I need to buy 65 licenses. Ouch! While I understand the developers need to survive - they did a horrible job communicating the change. They claim they mentioned the change at the beginning of the year - I don't remember reading about it - I'll just have to take the developers word.
Like (1)
Version 2018.4
4 answer(s)
Rusta
25 September 2018
Yes, and crash Apple Mail on macOS 10.12.6 ! Tested on two computers.
Uninstall and install the older one: https://releases.gpgtools.org/GPG_Suite-2018.3.dmg
Like
pe-macupdate
23 October 2018
They actually did announce the necessity to move to a paid support-model quite a while ago.

Anyway, even though I'm not such a heavy user as you obviously are, I felt some moral obligation to donate to the developers a couple of times. It's a matter of give and take: They donate much of their spare time for your benefit, so it's only fair to give back some money.

They even offered to give away a support account free of cost to donors.

On the other hand, obviously you can't live off the money people chose to give you for software of their own accord, so they needed to switch their business model or stop developing. I prefer the former option.
Like (3)
outer
24 October 2018
I'm shocked, shocked I say, that anyone would complain.

You don't want to pay the toll, do the heavy lifting yourself: they offer complete source, so feel "free" to compile, debug & configure as you see fit.

Seriously, Millennials! Taking it all for granted and whingeing at the slightest affront to their entitlement.
Like (1)
Derekcurrie
24 October 2018
The source code for GPG Suite is available at their website. If you're willing and able to compile it yourself, then it's free. But note that GPG Suite is an excellent cause worthy of our support, especially in this messed up politard time of totalitarian pressures. So if you compile yourself, donate as well. That's at least my intention.
Like (2)
13 February 2018
Like
Version 2018.1
06 February 2018
Like
Version 2017.3
26 January 2018
Like
Version 1.1.3
07 December 2017
Like
Version 2017.2