GPG Suite 2022.2

GPG Mail 7 adds support for macOS Ventura

GPG Mail 7 is a paid upgrade. As a token of our appreciation we would like to offer you a 30% upgrade discount if you have already purchased a GPG Mail Support Plan in the past.

If you are not on macOS Ventura yet, feel free to keep using your current GPG Mail version with your active GPG Mail Support Plan for as long as you want.

Includes GnuPG 2.2.40

  • GnuPG 2.2.40 with the latest version of libksba fixes CVE-2022-3515. The libksba security bug affects mainly S/MIME which is not used by our tools. It also affects dirmngr however when used in combination with a web key directory.
  • Replaces the no longer active pool of sks-keyservers.net with Ubuntu's hockeypuck based key server as optional fallback in GPG Keychain, when keys.openpgp.org is configured but doesn't return any results for a key search.

GPG Mail 7.0 (macOS Ventura only)

New

  • Adds compatibility for macOS Ventura [#1125]

Fixes

  • Fixes a problem where the successful activation dialog would be shown on every Mail launch in case automatic support plan activation was configured
  • Alerts the user to manually close Mail in order for the GPG Mail Upgrader to complete in case Mail can't be closed automatically. This most often occured when a modal dialog blocked Mail from closing

GPG Keychain 1.11

New

  • Uses Ubuntu's hockeypuck keyserver as optional fallback in case a key search leads to no results from keys.openpgp.org and that is configured as default keyserver [#763]

Fixes

  • Pinentry is no longer shown when creating a new key

GPG Services 2.5

Improvements

  • Improves error message when decryption fails due to a missing secret key

Fixes

  • Fixes a problem where previously selected keys were not shown on top of the key list [#286]

MacGPG 2.2.40

Improvements

  • Integrates GnuPG 2.2.40 [#773]
  • Upgrades Libksba to version 1.6.2 which fixes CVE-2022-3515

Libmacgpg 1.5.1

New

  • Uses Ubuntu's hockeypuck keyserver as optional fallback in case a key search leads to no results from keys.openpgp.org and that is configured as default keyserver [#187]

Fixes

  • Fixed a problem where Pinentry was launched during key generation in some cases, even though a passphrase-fd was specified. This resulted in an additional Pinentry request when creating a new key [#186]