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Veranderingen voor v3.0.3 - v3.1.0

  • Kleopatra: now offers a text editor for text based crypto. (T3743)
  • Kleopatra: The extended certificate selection now offers import. (T3744)
  • Kleopatra: A crash when verifiying a detached signature has been fixed. (T3761)
  • Kleopatra: The advanced key generation now offers curve 25519. (T3826)
  • Kleopatra: Certificate details have been improved.
  • Kleopatra: Decrypting / verifiying multiple files at once has been fixed. (KDE-Bug: 391222)
  • Kleopatra: Serveral issues have been fixed, which occurred, if the Appdata directory was redirected to an UNC path. (T3818)
  • Kleopatra: Multiple minor improvements. (T3845 T3846 T3776 T3723 T3849 T3850 T3865 T3868)
  • GpgOL: Cryptographic functions are now called directly from GpgOL, without using Kleopatra. This fixes several problems caused by communication issues between Kleopatra and GpgOL. (T3509)
  • GpgOL: PGP/Inline (i.e. non-MIME) is now supported for sign and encrypt. This helps with compatibility problems like T3545.
  • GpgOL: Another problem which could cause decrypted mails not to be displayed is fixed. (T3789)
  • GpgOL: Outlook should no longer loose focus after encrypting a mail. (T3732)
  • GpgOL: Basic support for Web Key publishing has been added. (T3785)
  • GpgOL: Additional mail types are now supported when reading. (T3802 T3882)
  • GpgOL: The handling of Exchange Mail addresses was improved. (T3082)
  • GpgOL: A problem that could cause mails to be stuck in the outbox has been fixed. (T3812)
  • GpgOL: Now trys harder to fixup broken PGP/Inline (no-MIME) Messages. (T3821)
  • GpgOL: Forwarding of encrypted / signed mails with attachments is now supported. (T3836)
  • GpgOL: S/MIME is supported again with the last version of Exchange 2016. (T3853)
  • GpgOL: Re-Sending crypto mails is now supported. (T3884)
  • GpgOL: A problem that could lead to strange numbering of attachments was resolved. (T3886)
  • GnuPG: A rare problem that could lead to "General Error" messages after a fresh install of Gpg4win has been fixed. (T3839)
  • GnuPG: Updated to version 2.2.6. (See: https://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-announce/2018q2/000421.html )
  • GnuPG: 2.2.6
  • Kleopatra: 3.1.0
  • GPA: 0.9.10
  • GpgOL: 2.1.0
  • GpgEX: 1.0.6
  • Kompendium DE: 4.0.1
  • Compendium EN: 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v3.0.2 - v3.0.3

  • GnuPG: Updated to 2.2.4.
  • GpgOL: A bug that caused drafted mails not to encrypt the correct content has been fixed. (T3419)
  • GpgOL: A bug that caused encrypted mails not to be displayed has been fixed. (T3537)
  • GpgOL: A bug that caused sending unencrypted mails when Outlooks internal S/MIME code was activated has been fixed. (T3656)
  • GpgOL: PGP/Inline (no-mime) sending is now compatible with Microsoft Exchange Online. (T3662)
  • GpgOL: The recipient lookup for Exchange addresses has been improved.
  • GpgOL: Signatures of signed only mails with attachments have been fixed. (T3735)
  • GpgEX: An internal error when trying to verify a non-signature file has been fixed. (T3658)
  • Kleopatra: Sorting in Keylist has been fixed. (T3603)
  • Kleopatra: Certificate details for S/MIME certificates have been improved. (T3611, T3727, T3726)
  • Kleopatra: Certificates can now be exported as text from the certificate details. (T3605)
  • Kleopatra: The usage of the temp directory to buffer decrypted data is now configurable. (T3602)
  • Installer: The installer no longer reinstalls desktop shortcuts on upgrade. (T3729)
  • GnuPG: 2.2.4
  • Kleopatra: 3.0.2
  • GPA: 0.9.10
  • GpgOL: 2.0.6
  • GpgEX: 1.0.5
  • Kompendium DE: 4.0.0
  • Compendium EN: 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v3.0.1 - v3.0.2

  • GnuPG: Two issues have been fixed that could block the GnuPG system. (T3378)
  • GpgOL: More possible "random" crashes caused by GpgOL have been fixed. (T3484)
  • GpgOL: Outlook is no longer blocked when selecting many mails. (T3433)
  • GpgOL: G Suite Sync plugin accounts are now detected. Only sending No-MIME PGP/Messages (without attachments) and unsigned messages are supported. Reading crypto mail is fully supported. (T3545)
  • GpgOL: The option to send "No-MIME" (inline) PGP encrypted, unsigned text messages without attachments works again. (T3514)
  • GpgOL: Improved error handling for signed, unencrypted mails. (T3538)
  • GpgOL: Several performance improvements.
  • GpgOL: Improved detection of large PGP/MIME messages and MS-TNEF crypto messages. (T3419 , T3542)
  • Kleopatra: Passphrase entry is no longer opened behind Kleopatra windows. (T3460)
  • Kleopatra: Decrypting archives across partitions has been fixed. (T3547)
  • Kleopatra: Fixed possible crash in GpgOL certificate selection. (T3544)
  • Kleopatra: Preselection of encrypt / sign file actions from GpgEX works again. (T3543)
  • Kleopatra: Added Web Key Directory lookup support in file encryption dialog. (T3548)
  • Kleopatra: Fixed crash when searching in LDAP. (T3550)
  • Kleopatra: Fixed crash when aborting key generation. (T3577)
  • Kleopatra: Certifications are accessible again from the certificate details view. (T3579)
  • Kleopatra: It is now possible to publicly certify an already locally signed certificate. (T1649)
  • GnuPG: 2.2.3
  • Kleopatra: 3.0.1
  • GPA: 0.9.9
  • GpgOL: 2.0.5
  • GpgEX: 1.0.5
  • Kompendium DE: 4.0.0
  • Compendium : 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v3.0.0 - v3.0.1

  • GpgOL: A cause for seemingly random crashes in Outlook has been fixed.
  • GpgOL: A crash when pasting recipients has been fixed.
  • GpgOL: Various problems regarding S/MIME mails have been fixed.
  • GpgOL: A user interface error for Outlook 2010 has been fixed.
  • GpgOL: Kleopatra is again started in the background to speed up crypto operations.
  • Kleopatra: Various problems regarding S/MIME file operations have been fixed.
  • Kleopatra: Various problems regarding folder operations and archives have been fixed.
  • GnuPG: Has been updated to version 2.2.3.
  • Some small bugfixes and improvements.
  • The mkportable process can be used again to create a portable Gpg4win variant.
  • GnuPG: 2.2.3
  • Kleopatra: 3.0.1
  • GPA: 0.9.9
  • GpgOL: 2.0.3
  • GpgEX: 1.0.5
  • Kompendium DE: 4.0.0
  • Compendium : 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.3.4 - v3.0.0

  • German Compendium is now Updated to Version 4.0. It is adjusted to the changes made in Gpg4win 3.0
  • GnuPG is now of the modern 2.2 variant. See: https://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-announce/2017q3/000413.html for more information about this.
  • GpgOL is now also supported for Outlook 64 bit.
  • GpgOL for Outlook 2010 and later now uses toggle buttons to let you select Encrypt and Sign. The operations are done when the mail is sent, including all attachments, using a standard format (MIME).
  • GpgOL for Outlook 2010 and later now automatically decrypts emails again.
  • All 68 KDE translations for Kleopatra are now included in Gpg4win.
  • Kleopatra uses an updated icon theme.
  • Kleopatra now shows the used curve in for ECC keys under technical details.
  • Kleopatra has been updated to a new set of base libraries.
  • Binaries are now all installed in a bin sub-directory. DBus and kbuildsycoa are no longer required. This fixes the startup issues of Kleopatra some users were facing.
  • After importing a secret key in Kleopatra you will be asked to directly mark it as your own key (ownertrust).
  • Kleopatra now allows you to create ECC keys in the Advanced Settings during Key generation.
  • Kleopatras file menu now also offers to encrypt folders.
  • Kleopatra has a new option to print a secret key through the paperkey tool.
  • GPA and Kleopatra are now registred for OpenPGP and S/MIME related file extensions.
  • The file encryption dialog in Kleopatra has been redesigned to reduce steps and improve user experience.
  • Kleopatra automatically detects the type of an input file and automatically starts the corresponding action (e.g. decrypt).
  • Symmetric (password only) encryption is now accessible through Kleopatra and can be combined with public-key encryption.
  • Pinentry now enables you to inspect the typed passphrase.
  • Kleopatra now supports OpenPGP Smartcards management.
  • GpgOL for Outlook 2010 and later has a new interface to show the signature / encryption state inside of Outlook.
  • GnuPG now supports https and uses the https sks-keyserver pool by default.
  • GpgOL now supports sending and receiving HTML Mails
  • Kleopatra has improved file verification messages.
  • Kleopatra now supports to directly import missing certificates when verifying a file.
  • Many bugfixes and minor improvements.
  • GnuPG: 2.2.1
  • Kleopatra: 3.0.0
  • GPA: 0.9.9
  • GpgOL: 2.0.1
  • GpgEX: 1.0.5
  • Kompendium DE: 4.0.0
  • Kompendium : 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.3.3 - v2.3.4

  • The cryptography library libgcrypt has been updated to version 1.7.8 to include a fix for a side channel attack. [CVE-2017-7526] Details: https://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-announce/2017q2/000408.html
  • Support libraries have been updated.
  • GPA was updated to 0.9.10. This includes a fix for file handling with filenames containing special characters.
  • GnuPG: 2.0.30
  • Kleopatra: 2.2.0-gitfb4ae3d
  • GPA: 0.9.10
  • GpgOL: 1.4.0
  • GpgEX: 1.0.4
  • Kompendium DE: 3.0.0
  • Kompendium : 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.3.2 - v2.3.3

  • The cryptography library libgcrypt has been updated to version 1.6.6 to include a fix a problem with the random number generator. [CVE-2016-6313] Details: https://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-announce/2016q3/000395.html
  • GnuPG: 2.0.30
  • Kleopatra: 2.2.0-gitfb4ae3d
  • GPA: 0.9.9
  • GpgOL: 1.4.0
  • GpgEX: 1.0.4
  • Kompendium DE: 3.0.0
  • Kompendium : 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.3.1 - v2.3.2

  • When S/MIME is disabled in GpgOL it now also ignores sent mails.
  • Problems causing the start of Kleopatra and GPA from GpgEX and GpgOL have been fixed.
  • Various regressions in 2.3.1 are now again fixed.
  • GnuPG: 2.0.30
  • Kleopatra: 2.2.0-gitfb4ae3d
  • GPA: 0.9.9
  • GpgOL: 1.4.0
  • GpgEX: 1.0.4
  • Kompendium DE: 3.0.0
  • Kompendium : 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.3.0 - v2.3.1

  • - GpgOL now has an option dialog where S/MIME can be disabled.
  • - GpgOL now supports the 64 Bit version of Microsoft Outlook.
  • - GpgOL can be switched to the new, experimental, MIME aware behavior in the
  • Options Dialog.
  • - GpgOL now reverts temporary changes made to MIME mails. So that they an be
  • opened with other clients again.
  • - GpgEX no longer blocks the Windows Explorer while it starts GPA or
  • Kleopatra.
  • - Included Gpg4win components are:
  • GnuPG: 2.0.30
  • Kleopatra: 2.2.0-gitfb4ae3d
  • GPA: 0.9.9
  • GpgOL: 1.4.0
  • GpgEX: 1.0.4
  • Kompendium DE: 3.0.0
  • Kompendium EN: 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.2.6 - v2.3.0

  • - GpgOL now supports reading PGP/MIME and S/MIME mails, the standard
  • format for Crypto Mails as sent by Thunderbird/Enigmail, GPGMail
  • or KMail. For details see: https://wiki.gnupg.org/GpgOL/MIMESupport
  • - GpgOL now supports Outlook 2016.
  • - AES-NI Instructions for faster encryption and decryption with AES
  • are now supported. (GnuPG Bug #1919)
  • - The decrypt/verify window of GpgOL no longer moves and resizes
  • erratically. (KDE Bug #355140)
  • - Bulk import of more then a hundred keys no longer fails when Kleopatra
  • is running. (GnuPG Bug #2135)
  • - French and Chinese localisation has been added to the installer,
  • GpgEX and GpgOL. Thanks to Oliver Serve and Mingye Wang.
  • - Several apparently random crashes in GpgOL have been fixed
  • (GnuPG Bug #1837)
  • - GpgOL now handles attachments in PGP/MIME and S/MIME mails with non ASCII
  • characters in the filename correctly.
  • - A vulnerability in the Gpg4win-installer has been fixed.



Veranderingen voor v2.2.5 - v2.2.6

  • GnuPG 2.0.28
  • Kleopatra 2.2.0-gita3c9200
  • GPA 0.9.7
  • GpgOL 1.2.1
  • GpgEX 1.0.2
  • Kompendium (de) 3.0.0
  • Compendium (en) 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.2.4 - v2.2.5

  • GnuPG has been updated to version 2.0.28. See release notes on www.gnupg.org for details.
  • A potential crash during certificate search has been fixed.
  • Kleopatra no longer queries revocation information for X509 certificates during startup. This will drastically improve the startup time for some users. Revocation information is still checked once a certificate is used.
  • Kleopatra now uses the same defaults as GnuPG for new OpenPGP certificates.
  • Third party libraries included in Gpg4win have been updated.
  • GnuPG: 2.0.28
  • Kleopatra: 2.2.0-gita3c9200
  • GPA: 0.9.7
  • GpgOL: 1.2.1
  • GpgEX: 1.0.2
  • Claws-Mail: 3.9.1
  • Kompendium DE: 3.0.0
  • Kompendium : 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.2.3 - v2.2.4

  • GnuPG has been updated to version 2.0.27. See release notes on www.gnupg.org for details.
  • Libgcrypt has been updated to version 1.6.3 (includes fix for CVE-2014-3591)
  • An issue has been fixed which could cause extracted files from TAR Archives to be truncated.
  • GnuPG: 2.0.27
  • Kleopatra: 2.2.0-git945878c
  • GPA: 0.9.7
  • GpgOL: 1.2.1
  • GpgEX: 1.0.1
  • Claws-Mail: 3.9.1
  • Kompendium DE: 3.0.0
  • Kompendium : 3.0.0



Veranderingen voor v2.2.2 - v2.2.3

  • The vanilla installer has been fixed by including GnuTLS.
  • Creation of portable versions with mkportable has been fixed.
  • GPA now works again under Windows XP.
  • Verification of a detached signature without specifying what should be verified may now show a warning and has been disabled in batch mode.
  • Tar archives can now include files and folders that use special characters (e.g. umlauts) which can be encoded in the native Windows 8-Bit codepage.
  • Kleopatra now handles preprocessing (e.g. archiving) errors and safely aborts the operation.
  • GPA has been updated to version 0.9.6.
  • A security problem in the libksba library has been fixed.



Veranderingen voor v2.2.1 - v2.2.2

  • - GnuPG:
  • * GnuPG was updated to version 2.0.26.
  • (See www.gnupg.org for more details.)
  • * Command line wildcards (like *.txt) work again.
  • * Command line output is encoded to the Windows console encoding.
  • - Kleopatra:
  • * Screen reader support and accessibility improved.
  • * A library load problem has been fixed that could keep Kleopatra
  • from starting on some systems.
  • * Kleopatra has been updated to KDE Sofware Collection 4.14.
  • - GpgEx:
  • * GpgEX no longer crashes if the environment variable GNUPGHOME is set.
  • - GpgOL:
  • * Problems with Outlook sender and recipient address lookup have been
  • fixed in GpgOL. Especially for Microsoft Exchange addresses.
  • - Pinentry-qt:
  • * Warning and confirmation dialogs should now open always in foreground.
  • * The pinentry dialog is now translated correctly in the French locale.
  • - General:
  • * Used libraries have been updated.
  • 3. Known Bugs (and Workarounds)
  • ===============================
  • - Using smart cards with Kleopatra:
  • * OpenPGP card
  • The initial setting of a smart card with Kleopatra is not yet
  • possible. Please run the following steps once to use your smart
  • card with Kleopatra.
  • Use the gpg command line tool to create a new OpenPGP certificate
  • on your card (a) or to activate your existing certificate of
  • your card (b):
  • (a) Create new certificate
  • - Insert card.
  • - Run "gpg --card-edit".
  • - Switch to admin modus by enter: "admin".
  • - Enter "generate" to create a new certificate.
  • (b) Activate existing certificate of your card
  • - Import associated (public) certificate of your card (e.g.
  • from certificate server or from a exported certificate file).
  • - Insert card.
  • - Run "gpg --card-status".
  • * X.509 Telesec Netkey 3 card
  • Use Kleopatra to initialize your card:
  • - Insert card.
  • - Click on the flashing Kleopatra system tray icon (or use the
  • context menu "smart card" of the system tray icon and run the
  • "learn card" command directly).
  • After finishing these steps your OpenPGP / X.509 certificate from your
  • smart card is shown in Kleopatra under the tab "My certificates"
  • (marked with a smart card icon).
  • - Using the Outlook Plugin "GpgOL":
  • * You defintely should create copies of your old encrypted/signed
  • emails before installing GpgOL, e.g. in the form of PST files.
  • * For Outlook 2003/2007 only:
  • Sending signed or encrypted messages via an Exchange based account
  • does not yet work.
  • [see https://bugs.g10code.com/gnupg/issue1102]
  • (Please note, using SMTP with GpgOL and Exchange seems to be work.
  • Or use GpgOL with Outlook 2010/2013.)
  • * For Outlook 2003/2007 only:
  • Encrypted E-Mails occuring un-encrypted on the email server: It
  • can happen that parts of encrypted emails are copied to your email
  • server (IMAP or MAPI) in un-encrypted/decrypted form when creating
  • or viewing them. Affected is the content of the email view
  • window, thus usually the so-called email body. Attachments are
  • not affected. Switching off the Outlook preview will lower the
  • probability of this to happen, but not eliminate the issue.
  • Or use GpgOL with Outlook 2010/2013.



Veranderingen voor v2.2.1 - v2.2.2 beta

  • Included Gpg4win components in Version 2.2.2-beta37 are:
  • GnuPG: 2.0.26
  • Kleopatra: 2.2.0-gitac229d2
  • GPA: 0.9.4
  • GpgOL: 1.2.1
  • GpgEX: 1.0.1
  • Claws-Mail: 3.9.1
  • Kompendium DE: 3.0.0
  • Kompendium EN: 3.0.0
  • New in Gpg4win Version 2.2.2-beta37 (2014-08-14)
  • -------------------------------------------------
  • - GnuPG:
  • * GnuPG wurde auf Version 2.0.26 aktualisiert. Details zu dieser
  • Version finden sich unter www.gnupg.org
  • - Kleopatra:
  • * A library load problem has been fixed that could keep Kleopatra
  • from starting on some systems.
  • * Kleopatra has been updated to KDE Sofware Colleciton Version 4.14.
  • - GpgEx:
  • * GpgEX no longer crashes if the environment variable GNUPGHOME is set.
  • - GpgOL:
  • * Problems with Outlook sender / recipient address lookup have been
  • fixed in GpgOL. Especially for Microsoft Exchange addresses.
  • - Pinentry-qt:
  • * Warnings and confirmation dialogs should now open in the
  • foreground.
  • - General:
  • * Used libraries have been updated.
  • 3. Known Bugs (and Workarounds)
  • ===============================
  • - Using smart cards with Kleopatra:
  • * OpenPGP card
  • The initial setting of a smart card with Kleopatra is not yet
  • possible. Please run the following steps once to use your smart
  • card with Kleopatra.
  • Use the gpg command line tool to create a new OpenPGP certificate
  • on your card (a) or to activate your existing certificate of
  • your card (b):
  • (a) Create new certificate
  • - Insert card.
  • - Run "gpg --card-edit".
  • - Switch to admin modus by enter: "admin".
  • - Enter "generate" to create a new certificate.
  • (b) Activate existing certificate of your card
  • - Import associated (public) certificate of your card (e.g.
  • from certificate server or from a exported certificate file).
  • - Insert card.
  • - Run "gpg --card-status".
  • * X.509 Telesec Netkey 3 card
  • Use Kleopatra to initialize your card:
  • - Insert card.
  • - Click on the flashing Kleopatra system tray icon (or use the
  • context menu "smart card" of the system tray icon and run the
  • "learn card" command directly).
  • After finishing these steps your OpenPGP / X.509 certificate from your
  • smart card is shown in Kleopatra under the tab "My certificates"
  • (marked with a smart card icon).
  • - Using the Outlook Plugin "GpgOL":
  • * You defintely should create copies of your old encrypted/signed
  • emails before installing GpgOL, e.g. in the form of PST files.
  • * For Outlook 2003/2007 only:
  • Sending signed or encrypted messages via an Exchange based account
  • does not yet work.
  • [see https://bugs.g10code.com/gnupg/issue1102]
  • (Please note, using SMTP with GpgOL and Exchange seems to be work.
  • Or use GpgOL with Outlook 2010/2013.)
  • * For Outlook 2003/2007 only:
  • Encrypted E-Mails occuring un-encrypted on the email server: It
  • can happen that parts of encrypted emails are copied to your email
  • server (IMAP or MAPI) in un-encrypted/decrypted form when creating
  • or viewing them. Affected is the content of the email view
  • window, thus usually the so-called email body. Attachments are
  • not affected. Switching off the Outlook preview will lower the
  • probability of this to happen, but not eliminate the issue.
  • Or use GpgOL with Outlook 2010/2013.



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