OpenPGP.js and WordPress

Near the end of November, I began fiddling with OpenPGP.js and building a WordPress plugin. My goal is to create a method by which visitors can encrypt messages to me on my Contact page using my public key.

I finished up a pretty simple little plugin. You can view the details here or head straight to the GitHub project page.

However, when I finished earlier this week and decided to submit it to the WordPress Plugin Directory, I found that somebody had beat me to it by almost a month. I’ve taken a look at the code and it looks pretty good. You can check out my plugin, which was published as OpenPGP Form Encryption for WordPress, and you can check out the other guy’s plugin, PGP Contact plugin.

OpenPGP is even more secure than an Enigma machine.

OpenPGP is even more secure than an Enigma machine.

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