seahorse

GNOME front end for GnuPG
  https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Seahorse
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Seahorse is a front end for GnuPG - the GNU Privacy Guard program - that integrates to the GNOME desktop. It is a tool for secure communications and data storage. Data encryption and digital signature creation can easily be performed through a GUI and Key Management operations can easily be carried out through an intuitive interface.
Latest reviews
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cmoi 2 years ago

Simple à utiliser et très pratique :)

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MagicMint 3 years ago

This is a must-have if you use keyring-aware programs like Chrome or Opera. Be sure to NEVER disable the login key, even if Chrome seems to annoy you to enter it when starting. This would compromise your system’s security; disable auto-login instead!

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iosonoscrive 3 years ago

Useful

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Hannibal1992 4 years ago

I cant generate any keys. Its not working. It asks me for choose a passphrase and thats it. Nothing.

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talo 4 years ago

it need to crypt decrypts files and sign and verify for full-featured

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jahid_0903014 4 years ago

useful tool

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mbott1982 5 years ago

Useful

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carlosm2 6 years ago

It works well, but the new version (3.4.1) was at the beginning a little bit confusing. Because it doesn't show all keys

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mjdtjm 7 years ago

Good tool, but has some issues in key searching and synching with key-servers

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MestreLion 8 years ago

Really powerful! At first, I thought this was only a tool to manage Gnome's passwords... but you can actually do SO much more... create and edit SSH keys, OpenPGP keys (using GPG), Publsh to key servers, and even add a picture to your key! SO good! (and it gets better if you use the seahorse-plugins companion for nautilus)

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kip- 8 years ago

greate encryption tool.. i love it! in fact you can sign any file in system..not only crypt or decrypt.. or you can use it with emails.. briliant!

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Alexio 9 years ago

It integrates with Nautilus, gedit and Evolution for encryption, decryption and other operations.