Download free Open PGP software

GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio™ is a free desktop tool that makes it easy to protect sensitive files using the popular Open PGP encryption standard. Documents can be encrypted, decrypted, signed and verified from your PC or workstation using this intuitive tool.  An integrated key manager allows you to quickly create, import, export and manage Open PGP keys needed to encrypt and decrypt files.

GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio will run on almost any operating system including Windows®, Linux, Mac OS X®, Solaris and UNIX. You can download and install it to your desktop within just a few minutes.

Why Use GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio?

You may be required to store or transmit files that contain sensitive information such as personal data, bank account numbers, financial information or health records. If not properly protected, these files could be vulnerable to attacks by hackers and other unauthorized users. By first encrypting those files with Open PGP, you can add a very high level of security to this data and comply with the latest regulations.

About Open PGP Encryption

Conventional encryption methods uses a single key or password to encrypt and decrypt information. This key or password has to be kept secret, otherwise the data could be compromised by an attacker. The main challenge with this approach is determining how to share the key or password with only the intended recipients in a secure manner.

In contrast, Open PGP encryption is a dual-key (asymmetric) encryption system which uses a combination of a public key and private key. The public key is used to encrypt the file while the corresponding private key is used for decryption. The public key can be shared with your partners using traditional email or FTP since the public key is only used for encryption (it cannot decrypt the data).

Open PGP, also known as GPG, is a popular encryption standard that is supported by popular  commercial PGP solutions. GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio supports a wide variety of encryption  algorithms including AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) and TDES  ciphers.

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