CryptUp is now called FlowCrypt

CryptUp Email Encryption plugin is now called FlowCrypt13 October 2017

Setting up global infrastructure

Our efforts to make encryption available around the globe, across privacy ecosystem10 October 2017

FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) PGP App for Android

Android is ready for beta testing16 July 2017

Encrypted Contact Page on FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp)

You can now receive PGP messages on the web from anyone. Messages and files will be automatically encrypted before it's sent to you. 6 June 2017

FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) for Firefox! Planning Android, iOS, Outlook

FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) now supports Firefox browser. Android and iOS is also planned this year.18 April 2017

PGP Signatures in Gmail

Other than encrypting email and attachments, FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) now lets you add cryptographic signatures and verify them conveniently in Gmail. Also works with G Suite. 3 March 2017

FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) just got a paid feature for free

You can now send encrypted attachments to anyone, regardless if they have any encryption set up. It's a free paid feature. 3 February 2017

FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) is the simplest PGP encryption for Gmail

It used to be that email encryption was difficult and confusing. Not anymore. Let's see how FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) changes it and how you can use it to enhance your privacy.10 December 2016




FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) simplifies email encryption (PGP) so that anyone can use it. It's available for Chrome, Firefox and Android. Learn more

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