Mymail-Crypt for Gmail™ - Chrome Web Store

GitHub - kensanata/ggg: Gmail, Gnus and GPG Gmail Gnus GPG Guide (GGGG) This page is about sending and receiving encrypted mail using Gmail, Gnus and GPG.If you're just interested in sending and receiving encrypted mail, you should probably see Email Self-Defense by the Free Software Foundation.. I'm assuming you know a bit about all the tools involved: Gmail is Google's email service.Gnus is a mail and news reader that comes with Emacs. Email Encryption - OpenPGP Apr 17, 2020 How to Create an Anonymous Email Account | PCMag Apr 24, 2019

Thunderbird, Enigmail and OpenPGP | The Thunderbird Blog

The Enigmail Add-on has made it possible to use Thunderbird with external GnuPG software for OpenPGP messaging. Because the types of add-ons supported in Thunderbird will change with version 78, the current Thunderbird 68.x branch (maintained until Fall 2020) will be the last that can be used with Enigmail. Sadly, FireGPG eventually withered away, dropping support for Gmail altogether. Encrypted, authenticated email messaging is very important to me in some specific situations, and for those, I've been using Gmail, but then copying and pasting the data manually back and forth to a command line, and using GPG by hand.

Dec 01, 2019

FireGPG is a Firefox extension under MPL that provides an integrated interface to apply GnuPG operations to the text of any web page, including encryption, decryption, signing, and signature verification. Support for Gmail. FireGPG adds some features to the Gmail 1 interface to let you use GPG's features directly in your webmail. More webmail Best PGP/GPG software? | Crypto-Autonomist Jan 04, 2009 Changes/GnuPG2 as default GPG implementation - Fedora GnuPG 2 as default GPG implementation Summary. The /usr/bin/gpg path representing the main GPG implementation will now use GnuPG 2 instead of GnuPG 1. Owner. Name: Igor Gnatenko, Till Maas, Neal Gompa; Email:,,; Release notes owner: Current status. Targeted release: Fedora 30 Securing Your (Mobile) Email: Thunderbird, GnuPG, Enigmail Once it’s installed and configured for your e-mail account (mine’s a gmail account), then you’re going to want to download and install Enigmail. Enigmail is an extension for Thunderbird that allows you to write and receive encrypted email. It does this by communicating with GnuPG, an open-source implementation of the OpenPGP standard.