The GNU Privacy Assistant is a graphical frontend to GnuPG and may be used to manage the keys and encrypt/decrypt/sign/check files. It is much like Seahorse.
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Release Notes: All crypto operations are now run asynchronously, so the interface no longer "freezes". Subkeys and key capabilities can now be displayed. The key list can now be sorted by any column. Import and export from files and servers are now in different menus. Many other improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: A new popup context menu to the keyring, an option to change the passphrase for a secret key, an improved user interface for changing the expiration date of a key, some UI improvements to key generation, and a Swedish translation.
Release Notes: This release now works with GnuPG 1.2, and uses GPGME for its backend access and GTK+2.0 for the UI. Overall, the interface has been reworked and lots of bugs fixed. User IDs on a key are now shown, and a new display of signatures on a key has been added, which allows you to see all the signatures regardless of the User ID.
Release Notes: The keyserver configuration has been improved, and bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Improvements were made for building NLS support. The program now builds on Win32 systems. Minor bugfixes were made in gpapa. A new option was added for selection of a keyserver from a configurable list.