openpgp-applet 1.1-3 source package in Ubuntu


openpgp-applet (1.1-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Relax a bit the versioned dependency on gnupg so it can be satisfied
    on Stretch.

 -- intrigeri <email address hidden>  Sat, 08 Dec 2018 08:27:39 +0000

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File Size SHA-256 Checksum
openpgp-applet_1.1-3.dsc 2.4 KiB 1a708c9fbfdb896d21700783c0309a65f7cd856d71467e659f3a7425983477ae
openpgp-applet_1.1.orig.tar.gz 320.6 KiB 9a7e1661ac9ef9f7ce7a0cf057c8c43f4d6d47637a4f13cade3292d838223141
openpgp-applet_1.1-3.debian.tar.xz 9.6 KiB b573d1be3e120112410a9dd9d5c3d10e4b79dd6441335cdf5800f4c76f8adb7d

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openpgp-applet: GNOME applet for OpenPGP text encryption

 OpenPGP Applet is a graphical frontend on top of GnuPG.
 It allows encryption and decryption of the clipboard's content either
 with public key cryptography, or with a symmetric cipher using a passphrase.
 Creating and verifying clear text signatures is also supported.
 Note: OpenPGP Applet does not handle passphrase input. Since it also does not
 offer terminal interaction unless explicitly run from there, it relies in
 practice on GnuPG agent to be running and configured to use a passphrase entry
 dialog, such as pinentry-gnome3.