ProtonMail releases PGP encryption library for the Go programming language

John Leonard
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Aims to make it easier for developers to add end-to-end cryptography to their apps

Encrypted email and VPN provider ProtonMail has unveiled an open source project called GopenPGP, designed to make it easier for mobile and desktop developers using the Go language (golang) to use O...

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