GPG Suite 2017.1b2

We are happy to announce that after a painfully long waiting time, extensive reverse engineering and re-writing of major parts of our codebase, we can finally share the second beta of GPGMail for macOS Sierra with you.

The first beta was released to a number of select users and we have since fixed the most severe bugs that were reported. Among them, a bug in Apple's Mail framework which led to invalid signatures under certain circumstances.

As with every beta we don't recommend using it in a production environment just yet, since bugs and crashes may occur. To better understand when and where they occur, we have also added optional crash reporting to GPGMail.

Please report any new bugs you find via System Preferences > GPGPreferences > Send Report.

Supports macOS 10.9 and newer

GPG Signature | Source

SHA256: f74fd4788cfa0820933499768fa7dfe1c0b295bbae9f43812dc3590923975de4

GPG Suite 2016.10

GPGMail, our plugin for securing emails using GPG in is not yet compatible with macOS Sierra. If you rely on GPGMail, please refrain from updating to macOS Sierra for the time being!

UPDATE November 18th:We're actitvely working on GPGMail for Sierra and are making good progress. A first beta will be available in the next few weeks.

We've posted a temporary workaround to decrypt/encrypt/sign your messages using GPGServices.

Add yourself to this discussion in order to be notified as soon as a first version for 10.12 is ready for testing.

Supports macOS 10.9 and newer
(GPGMail support for macOS Sierra coming soon)

GPG Signature | Source

SHA1 da8854cd9435d077dbdac7e71dac920ac38d15f2

GPG Suite 2016.07

This is the first stable release for OS X 10.11 El Capitan. This release will be free for all users. Our plan to roll out licensing for GPGMail is still current and will be included in a future update.

This release fixes several bugs and adds great features. GPGMail VoiceOver support has been improved, GPGPreferences has seen a major cleanup and issue reporting from within GPGPreferences has been added. The update options have been simplified. Choose between a stable and a beta channel. All components share one single channel for updates.

10.6 - 10.8 EOL
We want to provide the best user experience possible. To concentrate our efforts, 10.6 - 10.8 will be end of life and are not supported in this version of GPG Suite. GPG Suite for 10.6 - 10.8 can be downloaded from

Many thanks to netidee and DuckDuckGo for supporting our work.

Supports OS X 10.9 and newer

GPG Signature | Source

SHA1 da8854cd9435d077dbdac7e71dac920ac38d15f2

El Capitan, we're (almost) ready!

With OS X 10.11 El Capitan just around the corner, we are happy to announce the newest version of GPG Suite – v2015.09.

In order to make your upgrade experience as smooth as possible, we've added a new feature to GPGMail. When you first run GPGMail on El Capitan after upgrading from a previous version of OS X, you will be asked if you want to install our newest beta version of GPGMail. With a single click the installation will begin and you will be able to continue using GPGMail just as before.

If you install the new GPG Suite on El Capitan, GPGMail beta (v2.6b2) will be automatically installed. Even though we call it a beta, it's already pretty stable. If you find bugs, please report them on our support platform.

This beta version will be disabled once our next stable version of GPGMail is released. In order to continue using GPGMail after that, you will have to acquire a license.

We really hope you enjoy our new GPG Suite and wish you a happy upgrade.

Supports OS X 10.6 and newer (64-bit only)
Download GPG Signature (to verify the signature, please download and import our updated key)
SHA-1: da8854cd9435d077dbdac7e71dac920ac38d15f2

GPG Suite 2015.08

Our newest release is mostly a bug fixing release for the most pressing issues. We are however very happy to say, that one of our longest standing bugs has been squashed.

Many of you might have experienced no longer signing messages and reporting a "No pinentry" error. The only workaround was to restart your mac. Well, we're happy to say, we've squashed this bug!
Since this particular bug also affected other components, all of our tools should now be even more reliable.

Work on OS X El Capitan is progressing very well and a first test version will be ready soon. We'll include it in our nightly builds for early testers once available.

We would especially like to thank Bruno Bierbaumer for bringing a bug in one of Libmacgpg's subcomponents to our attention which could be abused by a local user to execute shell commands with root privileges (CVE-2014-4677). This security issue has been fixed in GPG Suite 2015.06. Most of our users are already running the latest version of GPG Suite, but everyone who hasn't upated to GPG Suite 2015.06 yet, should update to the latest GPG Suite as soon as possible.

Supports OS X 10.6 and newer
Download GPG Signature (to verify the signature, please download and import our updated key)
SHA-1: da8854cd9435d077dbdac7e71dac920ac38d15f2

GPG Suite 2015.06

We're very happy to announce that we have left our beta phase.
The new stable release of GPG Suite is finally ready.

In GPG Suite 2015.06 you will find a lot of new features enhancing the usability of our tools, as well as many improvements which contribute to the overall stability and reliability of the entire suite. This release is completely compatible with OS X Yosemite and we have already started working on supporting the just announced OS X El Capitan.

To make it even easier for our users to stay up-to-date, we have revamped our update process. Instead of only updating one tool at a time, we're now updating all of our tools at once, when you install an update via our automated update process.

A very special thanks goes out to netidee and DuckDuckGo for supporting our work.

We hope you like this release as much as we do.

Supports OS X 10.6 and newer
Download GPG Signature (to verify the signature, please download and import our updated key)
SHA-1: da8854cd9435d077dbdac7e71dac920ac38d15f2

GPGMail 2.1 for
Mavericks out now!

Since the first seeds of OS X Mavericks have been released to
developers we've been at it to add compatibility to GPGMail.
Today we're super stoked to announce, that for the first time,
GPGMail supports Mavericks from day one.

Go grab it now!

Go To Download Site

GPGMail 2.1 is compatible back to 10.7

Help us help you to
get ready for Mavericks!

It's almost here and we're almost there: for
the first time we want GPG Suite to be ready for
your upgrade to the new OS X 10.9 - Mavericks!

As developers we've received early test versions of Mavericks and have since been
working on a compatible GPGMail version when time allowed. Now it's time to polish
this version and fix any bugs so we're ready to launch alongside with Mavericks.

GPGMail 2
is finally here!

We've been working crazy hard over the last couple of months to make
GPGMail 2 rock solid.

A lot of sleepless nights and 77 bug fixes later, we're ready!
GPGMail 2 is the nr. 1 plugin for OS X to secure your messages with a few simple clicks and comes as a part of our new GPG Suite which contains everything you need to secure your communication with ease using the power of OpenPGP.
We've completely re-designed our website to make sure that you'll find everything
you need with one click. We are super stoked and can‘t wait to see how you like it!