Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Keyserver support on PGP Manager 1.05

There is a new version of PGP Manager (1.05) on the Market with fixes and new features:

* Proper scaling for Nexus and Motorola Droid devices.
* Import public keys from a PGP Key Server (Manage Keyring -> Import -> Keyserver). It supports queries by key ID, mail or user name. Keys are imported directly to your keyring.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

PGP Manager v1.03 update and DEMO version

Two news about PGP Manager:

- I've just released a new upgrade of PGP Manager (1.03). This version fixes a problem with SD card write access on Android 2.X devices.

- Now it's also available a free DEMO version of PGP Manager, showing many of the features of the commercial release.

Thank to all users for the feedback and feature requests.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

PGP Manager v1.0 for Android released.

This is the initial release of PGP Manager for Android, the first all-in-one PGP file encryption app for Android platform. It currently supports:

* Creation of PGP keys (both RSA and DSA/ElGamal) with optional subkeys.
* Import and export of PGP keys from/to external files (with optional armoring).
* Bulk import of an entire public or private keyring.
* Keyring management (key deletion, detailed information of key capabitilies...)
* Encryption and decryption of files with a public key (with optional signing)
* Encryption key identification for encrypted files.
* Symmetric encryption and decryption (password-based) with selectable algorithms (currently AES-128, AES-192, AES-256, DES, 3-DES and RC2).
* File signing, verification and signing key identification.
* Biometric fingerprint of keys.

PGP Manager is already available at the Android Market.

This release is dedicated to my amazing girlfriend Irene for her patience and support.

Some screenshots:

Main screen.

Key identification of encrypted files.

Keyring manager. Copper keys represent public keys, while gold ones represent secret parts.

Algorithms for symmetric (password-based) encryption.

Advanced key details (subkeys and biometric fingerprint)