PGP Command Line ver.9.5.2 | 4.3 Kb | Windows OS
PGP Command Line v.9.5.2 enables organizations to auto-mate encryption and signing of sensitive consumer & business information, securing it for local storage or transfer over the Internet.
PGP Command Line is for enterprises that require security for confidential business and customer information as part of regular communications with business partners and clients. In addition to support for OpenPGP and X.509 key formats, encryption, digital signing, compression, and secure wiping capabilities, PGP Command Line also provides Additional Decryption Key (ADK) technology, enabling corporate access to encrypted data in the event of key loss, according to policy. Integrating PGP Command Line helps ensure compliance with corporate and regulatory information security mandates using the same PGP technology trusted by corporations to secure email communications and desktop storage.
PGP Command Line is built on a proven cryptographic engine, the PGP Software Development Kit (SDK), developed by the individuals behind the original PGP technology and the OpenPGP standard. The PGP SDK 3.0.3 is FIPS 140-2 certified, providing demonstrable proof of the maturity of the technology to organizations with demanding security needs. Most competing products have never undergone FIPS certification and unlike PGP Corp., do not release their source code publicly for peer review.
Public Key Formats: - OpenPGP RFC 2440, X.509.
Symmetric Key Algorithms: - AES with up to 256-bit keys, CAST5 (RFC 2144), TripleDES, IDEA, Twofish, Blowfish, Arc4 (128-bit keys).
Hashes: - SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, MD5, RIPEMD-160.
Public Key Algorithms: - Diffie-Hellman, DSA, RSA with up to 4096-bit keys.
New Features in PGP Command Line 9.5 include:
• Full support for Signing Subkeys, as used in PGP Desktop 9.5.
• Support for notation packets, such as those used for preferred encoding formats as represented in PGP Desktop 9.5.
• Significantly improved support for X.509 certification import and full support for the new PGP bundle keys.
• Native support for OS X Intel.
• Improved automatic entropy discovery for random number generation in headless environments.
• FIPS 186-3 support for the new 2048 and 3072 DSA key sizes. Note that PGP Command Line 9.5 is the only part of our product line currently able to generate these key sizes, and only in Advanced mode.
• Improved support for static linking.