OpenPGP_Applet is a GNOME applet written in Perl that allows encryption and decryption of the clipboard's content with a symmetric cipher using a passphrase. This is a graphical front-end on top of GnuPG.
Asymmetric decryption and clipboard verification are also supported.
Formerly a part of Tails, the Anonymous Incognito Live System, now available as a separate project as well.
Development takes place on Salsa, the Debian project's collaborative development platform: https:///salsa.debian.org/openpgp-applet-team/openpgp-applet/. Merge requests are welcome!
You can contact us using the OpenPGP Applet Mailing list on boum.org. Be aware that this list is publicly archived.
To report a bug or request a feature, please file an issue on Salsa: https://salsa.debian.org/openpgp-applet-team/openpgp-applet/issues.
Tarballs are signed, currently with key 0x30E674676859C8AD, available on SKS keyservers pool (Fingerprint : 0663 9AFA A76D 6B48 0169 7088 30E6 7467 6859 C8AD).
Occasionnaly, they could be signed, as well as the release tag, with the key of a Tails developer.