GNU Privacy Assistant Alternatives

    GNU Privacy Assistant is described as 'The GNU Privacy Assistant (GPA) is a graphical user interface for the GnuPG (GNU Privacy Guard)' and is an app in the Photos & Graphics category. There are five alternatives to GNU Privacy Assistant for a variety of platforms, including Linux, Windows,, GnuPG and Mac. The best alternative is Seahorse, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like GNU Privacy Assistant are Strongbox by Phoebe Code Limited (Freemium, Open Source), Password Safe (Free, Open Source), Password Gorilla (Free, Open Source) and KWalletManager (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated May 13, 2020

      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      • GnuPG
      Seahorse is a GNOME application for managing encryption keys and passwords in the GNOME Keyring. With Seahorse you can... - Encrypt/decrypt/sign files and text. - Manage your keys and keyring. - Synchronize your keys and your keyring with key servers.
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    1. Strongbox began as a side project because there were no password managers on iOS that supported the Password Safe file format. Password Safe was one a leading password manager for Windows and was initially created by cryptographer Bruce Schneier.
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    2. Password Safe is a password database utility.
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      Password Safe vs GNU Privacy Assistant opinions
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      GNU Privacy Assistant is an interface for GnuPG, which manages keys and encrypts messages. Password Safe is a password manager. All it does is store websites and passwords. They have no overlapping functionality.
      Negative comment about 2 years ago

    3. The Password Gorilla helps you manage your logins. It stores all your user names and passwords, along with login information and other notes, in a securely encrypted file. A single "master password" is used to protect the file.


      The project is still developed and downloadable. However latest version of the program, v1.5.3.7, was released in March 2013.

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    4. By using the Frameworks wallet subsystem it not only allows you to keep your own secrets but also to access and manage the passwords of every application that integrates with the wallet.
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