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GPA 0.10.0 released

We are pleased to announce GPA version 0.10.0.

GPA is a graphical frontend for the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG). GPA can
be used for most operations supported by GnuPG using either the OpenPGP
or the S/MIME protocol. A smartcard manager and a generic user
interface server are included as well. Find its homepage at .

GPA is Free Software (meaning that it respects your freedom). It can
be freely used, modified and distributed under the terms of the GNU
General Public License.

Noteworthy changes in version 0.10.0 (2018-10-16)

* Added key manager context menu items to copy the key fingerprint
and the secret key to the clipboard.

* Added "Details" buttons to many error popups to show raw
diagnostic output from gpg.

* Changed the "Retrieve Key" dialog to first try the Web Key
Directory if a mail address is given. Only if this lookup fails
the keyservers are searched.

* Added a user-ID notebook page to show per user-ID info.

* Made location of locale dir under Windows more flexible.

* Fixed crash on filename conversion error. [#2185]

* Fixed listing of key algos in the subkey windows. [#3405]

* Removed lazy loading of the secret keyring. [#3748]



You can find the source code here: (745k)

and soon on all mirrors. A binary version for Windows
will be part of the next Gpg4win release.

The SHA1 checksum for this release is:

61475989acd12de8b7daacd906200e8b4f519c5a gpa-0.10.0.tar.bz2


Please consult the archive of the gnupg-users mailing list and the
release info given above before reporting a bug. We suggest to send bug
reports for a fresh release to that list in favor of filing a bug at

If you are a developer and you may need a certain feature for your
project, please do not hesitate to bring it to the gnupg-devel mailing
list for discussion.


Maintenance and development of GnuPG is mostly financed by donations.
The GnuPG project currently employs one full-time developer and two
contractors. They work exclusively on GnuPG and closely related
software like Libgcrypt and GPGME.

We have to thank all the people who helped the GnuPG project, be it
testing, coding, translating, suggesting, auditing, administering the
servers, spreading the word, and answering questions on the mailing

Many thanks to our numerous financial supporters, both corporate and
individuals. Without you it would not be possible to keep GnuPG in a
good shape and address all the small and larger requests made by our
users. Thanks.

Happy hacking,

Your GnuPG hackers

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List of Release Signing Keys:

To guarantee that a downloaded GnuPG version has not been tampered by
malicious entities we provide signature files for all tarballs and
binary versions. The keys are also signed by the long term keys of
their respective owners. Current releases are signed by one or more
of these four keys:

rsa2048 2011-01-12 [expires: 2019-12-31]
Key fingerprint = D869 2123 C406 5DEA 5E0F 3AB5 249B 39D2 4F25 E3B6
Werner Koch (dist sig)

rsa2048 2014-10-29 [expires: 2019-12-31]
Key fingerprint = 46CC 7308 65BB 5C78 EBAB ADCF 0437 6F3E E085 6959
David Shaw (GnuPG Release Signing Key) <dshaw 'at'>

rsa2048 2014-10-29 [expires: 2020-10-30]
Key fingerprint = 031E C253 6E58 0D8E A286 A9F2 2071 B08A 33BD 3F06
NIIBE Yutaka (GnuPG Release Key) <gniibe 'at'>

rsa3072 2017-03-17 [expires: 2027-03-15]
Key fingerprint = 5B80 C575 4298 F0CB 55D8 ED6A BCEF 7E29 4B09 2E28
Andre Heinecke (Release Signing Key)

The keys are available at <> and
in any recently released GnuPG tarball in the file g10/distsigkey.gpg .
Note that this mail has been signed by a different key.

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