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Note that you may also download the GNU Privacy Guard from a mirrorsite close to you. See our list of mirrors. The table belowprovides links to the location of the files on the primary serveronly.

Source code releases

These are the canonical release forms of GnuPG. To use them youneed to build the binary version from the provided source code.For Unix systems this is the standard way of installing software.For GNU/Linux distributions are commonly used (e.g. Debian, Fedora,RedHat, or Ubuntu) which may already come with a directlyinstallable packages. However, these version may be older so thatbuilding from the source is often also a good choice. Someknowledge on how to compile and install software is required.

The table lists the different GnuPG packages, followed by requiredlibraries, required tools, optional software, and legacy versionsof GnuPG. For end-of-life dates see further down.

Mar 16, 2020 Homebrew is a package manager designed for installing UNIX tools and other open-source applications on Mac OS X. It will quickly download and install them, compiling them from source. Homebrew Cask extends Homebrew with support for installing binary apps — the kind you normally drag to your Applications folder from DMG files.

In the Apple macOS operating system, a package is a file system directory that is normally displayed to the user by the Finder as if it were a single file. Such a directory may be the top-level of a directory tree of objects stored as files, or it may be other archives of files or objects for various purposes, such as installer packages, or backup archives. This tool is downloaded with the Mac client installation files. The CMAppUtil tool can gather information about the application, which includes detection data from the following Mac packages: Apple Disk Image (.dmg) Meta Package File (.mpkg) Mac OS X Installer Package (.pkg) Mac OS X Application (.app). Homebrew is a free and open source package management system specially designed for Apple's Mac OS operating system. It is written using Ruby programming language, and it comes preinstalled with Mac OS. As you might know, it is one of the open source project that had both the largest number of contributors and issues closed of any project on GitHub. It is possible to use apt-get on OS X 10.9 like Deb based Linux using a third party software named Fink - How to Install apt-get on Mac OS X. However, unlike Homebrew and OS X Package Managers, Fink does not use /usr/local/ path to install software. It simply means, Fink is for a bit advanced users who can handle the software conflicts (for.


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GnuPG distributions are signed. It is wise and more secure to check out for their integrity.


  • Pinentry is a collection of passphrase entry dialogs which isrequired for almost all usages of GnuPG.
  • GPGME is the standard library to access GnuPG functions fromprogramming languages.
  • Scute is a PKCS#11 provider on top of GnuPG.
  • GPA is a graphical frontend to GnuPG.
  • GnuPG 1.4 is the old, single binary version which still supportthe unsafe PGP-2 keys. This branch has no dependencies on theabove listed libraries or the Pinentry. However, it lacks manymodern features and will receive only important updates.

GnuPG binary releases

In general we do not distribute binary releases but leave that tothe common Linux distributions. However, for some operatingsystems we list pointers to readily installable releases. Wecannot guarantee that the versions offered there are current. Notealso that some of them apply security patches on top of thestandard versions but keep the original version number.

WindowsGpg4winFull featured Windows version of GnuPG
Simple installer for the current GnuPG
Simple installer for GnuPG 1.4
OS XMac GPGInstaller from the gpgtools project
GnuPG for OS XInstaller for GnuPG
DebianDebian siteGnuPG is part of Debian
RPMrpmfindRPM packages for different OS
AndroidGuardian projectProvides a GnuPG framework
VMSantinode.infoA port of GnuPG 1.4 to OpenVMS
RISC OShome pageA port of GnuPG to RISC OS

End-of-life announcements

We announce the end-of-life date for a current stable version atthe time a new stable version is released. We maintain oldbranches for at least two years. For GnuPG 2.2 we consider 2.1.0as the birth of this new stable branch. For the other packages wedon't maintain branches and thus there is no end-of-life; alwaysuse the latest version.

1.4none (1)2004-12-16
  • tba: To be announced.
  • (1): Legacy version; see remarks above.