Release Notes: This release was ported to MS Windows. There were bugfixes and code cleanups.
Release Notes: This version includes many feature enhancements, bugfixes, code cleanups, documentation updates, and language translations. Feature enhancements include, but are not limited to, support for SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, BZip2 compression, plug-ins, key-fetching via HTTP and Finger, IPv6 for network connections to keyservers, optional PGP 7/ 8 key trust model, OpenPGP Smartcards, SELinux, and readline on prompts. Anything in GnuPG that is not in the new OpenPGP standard has been deprecated or removed.
Release Notes: Numerous major bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version updates Gettext, fixes a race condition, includes performance improvements for large keyrings, adds portability fixes, and includes extra command-line controls for controlling certificates and output.
Release Notes: Most support for Elgamal sign+encrypt keys has been removed. Old signatures may still be verified, and existing encrypted messages may still be decrypted, but no new signatures may be issued by, and no new messages will be encrypted to, these keys. Elgamal sign+encrypt keys are not part of the Web of trust. The only new message that can be generated by an Elgamal sign+encrypt key is a key revocation. Note that in a future version of GnuPG (currently planned for 1.4), all support for Elgamal sign+encrypt keys will be removed, so take this opportunity to revoke old keys now.
Release Notes: This release added a new "--gnupg" option (set by default) that disables --openpgp and the various --pgpX emulation options. Two new %-expandos were added for use in notation and policy URLs, along with a new "tru" record in --with-colons --list-keys listings and a new REVKEYSIG status tag for --status-fd.
Release Notes: A bug in the validation of keys with more than one user ID has been fixed. Some new options have been added, as well as several small fixes and other improvements.