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PGP tool that can be ran off of a USB drive and works on both Windows and
GNU/Linux, with OS X support planned. It features a very intuitive user
interface, portability so it can be used on multiple devices, and is of course
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That was pretty simple right? Check out the README file if you want to know
more about gpg4usb. To open it, all you have to do is double-click DeepDotWeb
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your CPU architecture. For the majority of users this will be the 64bit version.

Part 2 – Generating your keypair

This is the very first thing you should do. Without your own keypair, it will be
impossible to receive and decrypt messages. Open up gpg4usb and you’ll be
greeted by the ‘First Start Wizard’. This will walk you through the steps of
creating your keypair.

Choose your language then click ‘Next’. It will now ask you if you want to
create a new keypair, import keys from GnuPG, or import settings/keys from
an older version of gng4usb. Click on ‘create a new keypair’, then click the
button that says ‘Create New Key’. You should see a window with the title
‘Generate Key’. Fill out the information, fill out a fake email if you don’t want
to use one, select if you want it to expire or not, choose the KeySize, then
create a strong password. A 2048 bit keypair will do fine until 2030, but it’s
recommended to use a 4096 bit key. If you want to know more about how the
keysize affects your security, check out this link over at the GnuPG website.

If filled out correctly your window should look something similar to below.

You can now click ‘Ok’, and your keypair will be generated. This may take
some time depending on what you’re doing on your computer. Watch some
porn, torrent some GNU/Linux ISOs, type up that essay you were supposed
to have done last week. If all went well a window will pop up saying your
keypair has been created.

You can now close out of the wizard, and select if you want to see the offline
help or show the wizard again next time you start up. You’ll be brought to the
main gpg4usb window and will see your keypair on the right, along with
gpg4usb’s keypair.

Part 3 – Obtaining your public key

To receive messages you’ll need your public key posted somewhere. This is
really easy in gpg4usb as you don’t need to save it to a file first.

With gpg4usb open, click ‘Manage Keys’ at the top. A window titles
‘Keymanagement’ should appear. Check off the box beside your keypair
name, and click ‘Export to Clipboard’ at the top. You can now paste your
public key somewhere people can access it so they can send you messages. If
you want a backup of your public key you can also click ‘Export To File’ and
save it somewhere.

Part 4 – Obtaining your private key

It’s a good idea to back up your private key somewhere safe in case of
computer failure. Although rare, things do happen and you don’t want to be
stuck not being able to decrypt that very important message your mother
sent you.

From the main window right click on your key on the right, and click ‘Show
Key Details’.

From here you can see the details of your key, it’s fingerprint, and export your
private key. Click the button that says ‘Export Private Key’ and it will warn you
that this is sensitive information that is not to be shared. Select somewhere
to save it and keep the filename it gives. A good idea is to save it to a microSD
card and hide it somewhere. You don’t want anyone other than you to get a
hold of your private key.

Again, it is very important that you keep this file somewhere secure.

Part 5 – Importing a public key

gpg4win makes this just as easy as exporting your public key. Highlight
everything in the public key, including ‘—– BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK—–‘
and ‘—– END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK’, and copy it. In the main gpg4usb
window click ‘Import Key’ at the top, then ‘Clipboard’. You’ll see a window pop
up with the imported key’s details.

Close out of the window and you’ll see the public key has been imported.

Part 6 – Importing a private key

This is just as easy as importing a public key. In the main gpg4usb window
click ‘Import Key’, then ‘File’. Browse to where you saved your private key and
open it. You should see a window pop up confirming that it’s been imported.
Click ‘Ok’ and you’ll see your keypair in the right part of gpg4win.

Part 7 – Encrypting a message

Encrypting a message in gpg4usb is super simple. In the main window for

gpg4usb there will be a text box. Type in your message, click the checkbox for
the recipient on the right, and click ‘Encrypt’ up at the top. Your encrypted
message will now take the place of the unencrypted one. Copy and paste this
and send it to the recipient.

Part 8 – Decrypting a message

Once again, gpg4usb makes this really easy. Just paste the message you
received into the textbox and click ‘Decrypt’ up at the top. Enter your
password and your decrypted message will take the place of the encrypted

Part 9 – Conclusion

If you’ve followed the above steps and understood each one you’re on your
way to increased privacy in a world that wants to invade it. PGP can seem
complicated at first, but once you learn it you’ll laugh at yourself for thinking
it was so hard. Even if you still think it’s complicated or a waste of time, just
keep in mind that taking an extra 60 seconds out of your day could possible
save you from serving 5+ years in prison.

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June 22, 2015 at 10:06 am

total BS!
won’t work/unpack/execute on Ubuntu!

June 22, 2015 at 7:23 pm In reply to mister bickles.

It does work on Ubuntu, I use it regularly on Ubuntu 14.04


June 23, 2015 at 5:59 am In reply to Jellybean.

OK..i’ll re-try….

(might have some-thing to do with the USB stick….they can be a bit

dodgy!….should it be formatted as FAT-32 or NTFS ?)


June 24, 2015 at 4:43 am In reply to mister bickles.

Yes running from a USB can cause problems but it doesn’t have to
be run from USB, you can use it from a folder and put any
encrypted text or keys on the USB.

June 25, 2015 at 9:17 am In reply to Jellybean.

couldn’t get the “linux” options to work;

the inter-active GUI window never popped up :(

(instead…..wanted to open with “python” or some-thing)

i gave up trying in the end!

might post on the Ubuntu Forums abt it;

works fine in Windows;

i think i’ll just stick with that for now….


June 29, 2015 at 6:05 pm In reply to Jellybean.

I had problems with the permissions of the file on a USB, it

wouldn’t start it on a USB for that reason I don’t know a way round
that so I use it from a folder and then use secure delete(nautilus)
to delete and write over any files I decrypted. If you’re using
Ubuntu it might be better using Seahorse, it can be added to the
file menu so you get an option to encrypt/decrypt when you right
click on a file, I use that with nautilus and nemo but I’ve only seen
secure delete for nautilus.

March 3, 2017 at 8:13 pm In reply to mister bickles.

gpg4usb does not run from usb flash drive on linux

Current linux distributions don’t allow running from usb flash drive
formmated with FAT

June 22, 2015 at 5:24 pm

It works fine for me on Xubuntu. Using it for quite while. I agree it is the GPG
Software with the most intuitive interface.

June 23, 2015 at 9:29 pm

Hi, thanks for the manual.

But you say “GPG4Win, Kleopatra, and GPA use depreciated versions of GnuPG”.
gpg4usb uses GnuPG 1.4.18 and Gpg4win uses version 2.0.27.

June 24, 2015 at 4:48 am In reply to Jean-Luc.

GnuPG version 1 and version 2 are totally different, the problem with
GPG4Win is the keys it creates, you can use it with a key created on
GPG4USB or Seahorse and it should be better.
GPG4Win(Kleopatra) creates keys with no sub key and can create broken key,
GPA will not create a 4096 bit key.

June 24, 2015 at 9:44 am In reply to Jellybean.

Ha, OK, thanks and sorry ! :-)


October 17, 2015 at 2:45 pm In reply to Jellybean.

I just tested the current version, 4096-bit RSA key created without
any issues.

October 17, 2015 at 2:56 pm In reply to Tested.

I just noticed the claim is for GPA. Correct, 3072 bit is the highest.
But keys can be generated elsewhere and it’s practically a one time
GPG4Win has the best interface for daily use of PGP on Windows.

November 27, 2016 at 2:37 pm In reply to Tested.

I just tried gpg4usb. This software has the best intuitive interface.
No need to read manual.Simple, easy, free, nice and works.
Designers of the sw are very talented.

August 1, 2015 at 5:27 pm

Thank you so much, got me up and running straight away :-)


August 2, 2015 at 1:59 pm

Might I suggest using KGpg for Ubuntu. You can find info on it here:

It is much better than Seahorse.


November 18, 2015 at 1:26 am

I am a complete noob to encryption and I found this very useful

My one question is as follows:

So I’ve encrypted a message and want to send it to someone. How do they decrypt it
on their end? Surely I have to give them the key, at which point the whole effort is
pointless if the data is intercepted…

December 10, 2015 at 8:45 pm In reply to pandaman.

They can decrypt it with the private key


January 3, 2016 at 11:30 pm In reply to pandaman.

i think when you click on their key when you encrypt it then you just have to
send it to them and it will already be in there key so they just have to
decrypt it. you just have to choose their key when you encrypt it and send it
to them

April 14, 2016 at 10:28 am In reply to Jesse.

Is gpg4win (kleopatra )is not safe to encrypt or decrypt messages

over dark net???
please reply soon.

April 20, 2017 at 7:53 am In reply to josh.

I don’t know that I’m qualified to advise, but I’ve been working
Telecommunications & security, encryption with VPNs, etc. I’m
going through what you are, this is what I can “read into” & what
I’ve figured out so far. Generally, Windows sucks! Security
problems, basically an OS with built in malware. Fact of life. Have to
deal with their engineers who are often clueless. The folks good
enough to make this encryption system to protect us in these
marketplaces seem to have also accepted this as fact. Therefore, if
you can use Unix or Linux with a program for those platforms, you
are much safer. If you are working with Windows, I was left with the
impression Gpg4usb is a bit better thangpg4win, but they are
probably not real far apart. I have read post that said the first is
vulnerable to a “ten year old with a cell phone”. I’m figuring this out
today, so that’s about all I’m informed of so far. But I know
Windows sucks relative to a Unix, Linux, Mac, and probably Android
and these programs have to run on it.

September 17, 2017 at 4:09 pm In reply to Jesse.

Thanx, Jesse.

May 16, 2016 at 2:05 am

Why do I need a private key? I have a public key so that people can send me
encrypted messages, but what is the purpose of a private key?

June 17, 2016 at 5:52 am In reply to John.

The keys are a called a key pair, as they are created in a way that links them
together mathematically. What is encrypted with your public key can only be
decrypted with your private key. Your private key can be used to sign a
message, and then people can use your public key to verify that the
message actually came from you.

You want to make the public key widely available, so anyone can reach you
and anyone verify that important messages are actually from you. You want
to keep the private key secure and known only to you, so that only you can
read messages sent to you, and so that no one can publicly impersonate

December 26, 2016 at 11:14 am

i just click box on market vendors profile…is this not enough…will vendor still send to
me? 1st order

February 9, 2017 at 4:08 am

I can’t get this to work on my mac- OS X Yosemite. Wondering if anyone could help?

February 18, 2017 at 11:15 pm

The AlphaBay Market has determined the public key I created is “invalid” despite
following the tutorial to a T. Did I do something wrong? Any help would be


May 20, 2017 at 12:20 pm

When sending a message, after you encrypt it, do you not need to send your public
key also so that they an decrypt it?


August 26, 2017 at 10:58 am

i downloaded the Gng4win tonite,im new at this but i was a short time later writing a
comment and when i pressed send this is what happened ,im tired in pain and
because of this very anxious,god now im terrified i will never be able to have quality
of life,..please could soeone in the upper day to day respond to this about i
sufferchronicpain and anxiety,i have 2 gmail accts and proof of all that neede to be
installed,im very hopeful you will reply,all the advice i took grans and when i can
attach youll see ,I understand wordfence autoomated response but know
compassion is a virtue

August 26, 2017 at 11:03 am

thanks that means you will read it


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