GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio Alternatives

    GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio is described as '™ is a free desktop tool that makes it easy to protect sensitive files using the popular OpenPGP encryption standard' and is an app in the Security & Privacy category. There are more than 10 alternatives to GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iPhone. The best alternative is GnuPG, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio are AES Crypt (Free, Open Source), Kleopatra (Free, Open Source), Axcrypt (Freemium) and GPG Suite (Paid, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Nov 21, 2019

    1. This is a Java-based application that allows the user to important files that are on that operating system to encrypt easy and secure and organize. Tested on WinXP, Win7 & OS X 10.6
    2. VSEncryptor is an easy to use file and text encryption program. You can encrypt any file or text you choose. To access the file (or text) again, you would need access to the password that was used while encrypting.

      Discontinued

      Check http://lokibit.com/download.htm, where it says of this: "It is old version. This version is not supported."

      Appears to be superseded by VSFileEncrypt



    3. Lock and encrypt your photos, movies, files and folders using 256-bit file encryption.
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    4. oPenGP is a solution to support OpenPGP standard (RFC 4880) on your iOS device.
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    5. Autocrypt is a set of guidelines for developers to achieve convenient end-to-end-encryption of e-mails. It specifies how e-mail programs negotiate encryption capabilities using regular e-mails.
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    6. File Encryption XP encrypts files and folders using a strong Blowfish algorithm with 384-bit key. Protected files that can be decrypted without File Encryption XP is a built in program feature.
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    7. VSFileEncrypt is an easy to use file encryption program. You can encrypt any file you choose. To access the file again, you would need access to the password that was used while encrypting.
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