Version 2.2.10 of GnuPG has been released. GnuPG stands for GNU Privacy Guard and is often abbreviated to GPG. This is a collection of tools for securing communication flows and data. It can be used to encrypt data and create digital signatures, and to provide a framework for public key cryptography. It supports both OpenPGP and s / mime standards. For more information we refer to this page . The most important changes that have been made in this publication are listed below.
Noteworthy changes in version 2.2.10
- gpg: Refresh expired keys originating from the WKD.
- gpg: Use a 256 KiB limit for a WKD imported key.
- gpg: New option –known-notation.
- scd: Add support for the Trustica Cryptoucan reader.
- agent: Speed up starting during on-demand launching.
- dirmngr: Validate SRV records in WKD queries
- Release-info can be found here .