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openpgpjs - OpenPGP implementation for JavaScript


This project aims to provide an Open Source OpenPGP library in JavaScript so it can be used on virtually every device. This does not require gpg on their machines in order to use the library. The idea is to implement all the needed OpenPGP functionality in a JavaScript library that can be reused in other projects that provide browser extensions or server applications. It should allow you to sign, encrypt, decrypt, and verify any kind of text - in particular e-mails - as well as managing keys.

ObjectivePGP - OpenPGP library for iOS and macOS


ObjectivePGP is an implementation of OpenPGP protocol for iOS and macOS. OpenPGP is the most widely used email encryption standard. It is defined by the OpenPGP Working Group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Here is the blog post story.

GPG Suite - Everything you need to get started with secure communication and encrypting files in one simple package


Use GPG Suite to encrypt, decrypt, sign and verify files or messages. Manage your GPG Keychain with a few simple clicks and experience the full power of GPG easier than ever before.

GnuPGNotepad


A notepad based GUI for GnuPG (PGP) which allows you to Encrypt/Decrypt on the fly, or save & load encrypted to disk without using temporary clear text files.




enchive - Encrypted personal archives


Enchive is a tool to encrypt files to yourself for long-term archival. It's a focused, simple alternative to more complex solutions such as GnuPG or encrypted filesystems. Enchive has no external dependencies and is trivial to build for local use. Portability is emphasized over performance. The name is a portmanteau of "encrypt" and "archive," pronounced en'kīv.

node-gpg - Node.js bindings for Gnu Privacy Guard


GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) bindings for node.js supporting public key cryptography, encryption, decryption, signing and verification. This is based off of the GnuPG Made Easy (GPGME) GPG C library, see its very good documentation for more information. GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE v3, see the COPYING file in this directory.

zeyple - Zeyple is a Postfix filter/hook to automatically encrypt outgoing emails with GPG/PGP.


See INSTALL.md & UPGRADE.md. Just comment/uncomment the line content_filter = zeyple in your /etc/postfix/main.cf then postfix reload.


helm-secrets - A helm plugin that help manage secrets with Git workflow and store them anywhere


Developed and used in all environments in BaseCRM. We store secrets and values in helm_vars dir structure just like in this repository example dir. All this data versioned in GIT. Working in teams on multiple projects/regions/envs and multiple secrets files at once. We have Makefile in our Helm charts repo to simplify install helm-secrets plugin with helm and other stuff we use. Same Makefile used to rebuild all helm charts with dependencies and some other everyday helpers. Encrypting, Decrypting, Editing secrets on local clones, making #PR's and storing this in our helm charts repo encrypted with PGP, AWS KMS and GCP KMS. Deploying using helm-wrapper from local or from CI with same charts and secrets/values from GIT repository.

wp-pgp-encrypted-emails - :closed_lock_with_key: :e-mail: Encrypts WordPress emails using OpenPGP or S/MIME with a familiar API


A pure PHP WordPress plugin that adds a simple OpenPGP and S/MIME API using familiar WordPress filter hooks. OpenPGP implementation is based on the OpenPGP.php project. S/MIME support uses the ubiquitous OpenSSL extension for PHP.

sephia-five - A secure and PGP enabled webmail module for Phosphorus Five


Sephia Five is an webmail Phosphorus Five module, with support for PGP cryptography, and many more interesting features. Most intrusions and data leaks occurs due to human behavior. Kevin Mitnick often referred to himself as a social engineer, and not a hacker, since he would primarily take advantage of human weakness, instead of launching a direct attack on a computer system. Medio 2017, the Norwegian government had a huge data leak, which created a lot of problems to the Norwegian minister of fish Per Sandberg. The reason was that a fishing tycoon had sent an email to what he thought was Per Sandberg's private email, but actually lead to a completely different guy.