Get started with OpenPGP (v0.1)
You can now create a best practice PGP key from the command line. Fluidkeys backs it up and pushes it into GnuPG so you can start using it right away.
Level up your legacy keys (v0.2)
- Connect Fluidkeys to your existing key in GnuPG
- Fix issues like weak signatures and out of date preferences
- Automatically rotate your encryption subkey to limit the impact of key compromise
Send encrypted secrets (v0.3)
- Send and receive passwords, token and certificates right from the command line
- End-to-end encrypt secrets so only the recipient can read them
- Automatically fetch public keys from a verified email address
Send encrypted files (v0.4)
You'll be able to send private keys, certificates, and other sensitive text files from the terminal.
Simple PGP for teams (26/03/2019)
- Add and remove team members and their keys will be automatically synchronised across the whole team.
- Allow anyone to find your team's keys from their email address using Web Key Directory (WKD).
- Use git-crypt, pass, and any other GnuPG-based tools with your team.
Safeguard your source code on Github
- Sign git commits and verify commits from other team members. Fluidkeys will configure git for you, and everyone’s keys will be synchronised with Github automatically.
- Verify commits inside Github using status checks. You'll be able to ensure pull requests are legitimate before merging them.
You'll be able to automatically configure these popular open source tools to work with your team. When team members are added or keys are updated, everything will be kept in sync.
Integrate with Mailvelope
You'll be able to send and receive encrypted emails from the browser using Mailvelope. Each team member will always have the right key for everyone in the team, eliminating awkward key exchanges.
Send large sensitive files
You can send files of any size to team mates from the command line. Fluidkeys will handle the encryption, delivery and verify that the file arrived ok.
You can use the convenience of Slack with the added protection of end to end encryption. You’ll no longer have to worry about Slack’s security.
You’ll have a graphical interface for people less familiar with the command line.