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FireGPG ======= FireGPG is no longer supported, the original author abandoned the project. See: [blog.getfiregpg.org/discontinued](http://blog.getfiregpg.org/2010/06/07/firegpg-discontinued/) We simply grabbed a copy of the code and made it available on GitHub. Known Vulnerabilities --------------------- People considering using FireGPG should consider the following article: [tails.boum.org/FireGPG_susceptible_to_devastating_attacks/](https://tails.boum.org/doc/encryption_and_privacy/FireGPG_susceptible_to_devastating_attacks/) Compatibility ------------- This extension is compatible with Firefox 3 and above, on Windows, MacOS and Linux platforms. Build the XPI ------------- You can build an XPI for installation by running the build.sh script located in this folder. For development you should do the following: 1. Unzip the entire contents of this package to somewhere, e.g, c:\dev or /home/user/dev 1.8. Uninstall firegpg if you already have it 1.9. Close firefox 2. Put the full path to the folder (e.g. c:\dev\firegpg on Windows, /home/user/dev/firegpg on Linux) in a file named email@example.com and copy that file to [your profile folder]\extensions\ 3. [Re]start Firefox. Contributing ------------ Pull Requests are welcome and they will be accepted, but we will not be performing much (if any) testing on them. See Also -------- Several people from the FireGPG community have banded together and are working on two new projects. One is a replacement for FireGPG that will apparently initially target the Chrome web browser from Google and then be released for Firefox. The second is gpgAuth which is available for Chrome. (https://github.com/gpgauth)