GPG Suite is an open source initiative to bring OpenPGP to Apple OS X. The project originated from efforts to revamp GPGMail development in 2010. The personal privacy is one of the most underestimated goods everyone of us has. By encrypting your data before sending them over the internet you prevent others from reading them during the delivery process. Where the "others" can not only be negligible hackers but more important criminal individuals, business companies or even governments interested in your personal information for various reasons some of them you can't even imagine. Another point is the origin of information. Every piece of information has its source that inseparably belongs to it. The source of an information is almost as important as the information itself. By using GPGTools the receiver of an email or file can be sure the information has been sent by only you. He even can tell if the content has been altered on its way through the internet and is therefore not valid for you. PGP messages cannot be faked.
What is new in this release:
When attempting to forward the decrypted version of an encrypted message, the user is now shown a warning. [#870]
What is new in version 2015.09:
In order to make your upgrade experience as smooth as possible, we've added a new feature to GPGMail. When you first run GPGMail on El Capitan after upgrading from a previous version of OS X, you will be asked if you want to install our newest beta version of GPGMail. With a single click the installation will begin and you will be able to continue using GPGMail just as before.
What is new in version 2013.10.22:
See https://gpgtools.org/ for details.