Gpg4win 3.1.1 released

today Gpg4win version 3.1.1 is released!

It is important to us that Gpg4win continues to be available
as Free Software which can be downloaded anonymously without costs.
Because we know that this is the only way for some people to get
a software product which enables them to protect their communication.
As Gpg4win maintenance needs to be funded nevertheless, we recommend
that you set the price for yourself that shows the value of Gpg4win.

Details about Gpg4win 3.1.1:

Highlights in Gpg4win Version 3.1.1 (2018-05-03)
* GpgOL: Improved automatic certificate selection; Bug fixes.
* Kleopatra: Improvements to S/MIME certificate search.
* GnuPG: Updated to 2.2.7. Multiple S/MIME improvements.

More information:

We like to thank the authors of the included packages and first of all,
our supporters who made this release possible.

With best regards

    your Gpg4win Development Team

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