Add PGP-compatible OpenPGP functions to your C and C++ application
Implement OpenPGP specification in your C++ applications in minutes.
OpenPGPBlackbox allows C++ developers adding encryption, decryption, compression/decompression and digital signature support to their applications. With OpenPGP classes, you can encrypt, sign and compress text and binary files, sign and encrypt email messages, decrypt and validate information protected with other implementation of the OpenPGP specification.
Download Open PGP Classes for C++The OpenPGPBlackbox package is an integral part of SecureBlackbox. Download SecureBlackbox (C++ edition) to quickly implement Open PGP cryptography in your C++ applications.
C++ Classes Implementing the OpenPGP SpecificationOpenPGP is an open standard specifying formats, methods and algorithms used to secure files and email communications. With the abundance of encryption libraries, it is essential to choose a product implementing the OpenPGP standard completely and correctly. Following the published OpenPGP specification is required to ensure that information encrypted in one application can be decrypted on the other end with another tool following the same specification. OpenPGPBlackbox delivers a ready-made, out-of-the-box solution implementing the complete OpenPGP standard.
Encrypt and Decrypt Files with Open PGP Encryption ClassesImplement certificate-based public key encryption in minutes. Open PGP encryption classes allow your C++ applications to encrypt and decrypt binary files, plain text or email messages. OpenPGPBlackbox is fully compatible with the Open PGP standard, allowing other OpenPGP-compliant tools to access information protected with Open PGP classes.
Place and Verify Digital Signatures with Open PGP LibrarySign and validate files with certificate-based security. Open PGP C++ classes implement PKI and X.509 standards allowing applications to produce and validate signatures compliant with the OpenPGP specification.
Why Choose OpenPGPBlackbox over Competing Open PGP Libraries
- Guaranteed compatibility with all current popular implementations of Open PGP security ;
- Public Key Infrastructure (PKI, X.509 certificates, certificate requests and CRLs) ;
- No third-party dependencies and no CryptoAPI calls are used ;
- Synchronous and asynchronous operation modes supported ;
- Royalty-free license ;
- Support for Cryptocards and USB Crypto Tokens ;
- Extensive knowledge databases and individual support options are available to help you with the development of your project since the moment you download the free evaluation version .
Download SecureBlackbox (C++ edition), an all-in-one security toolbox implementing the Open PGP specification in a set of OpenPGP C++ classes.Compression gives an additional level of security and lets you increase transfer speed significantly and reduce the network load and storage space requirements.
Synchronous operation mode gives you a linear programming approach without complicated callback functions. This approach saves your development time and reduces the number of errors.
Asynchronous operation mode, on the other hand, gives you flexibility and complete control over your application communications.Synchronous operation mode gives you a linear programming approach without complicated callback functions. This approach saves your development time and reduces the number of errors. Simple SecureBlackbox components can be used for reliable data transfer no matter what type of proxy or firewall is used to protect the network.
HTTPS proxy access includes support for Basic, Digest and Windows Integrated (NTLM) authentication mechanisms. You can process huge files and not be bound by restrictions of 32-bit environments. This feature works on both 32-bit and 64-bit systems without any limitations. To limit and control network load and bandwidth consumption you can setup maximum upload and download speed for the data transfer components. Transport (SSL, FTP, HTTP, SMTP, POP3, IMAP, WebDAV, LDAP, SSH, SFTP) components can be used in IPv6 networks without any problems, address conversions or packet wrapping. Transport (SSL, FTP, HTTP, SMTP, POP3, IMAP, WebDAV, LDAP, SSH, SFTP) components understand and make use of non-latin domain names (so-called International Domain Names, IDN). In FIPS operation mode SecureBlackbox uses only certified CryptoAPI modules of Windows to perform any cryptographic operations.
FIPS mode is available only on Windows platform. Virtual File System adapters let SecureBlackbox components, which operate with files, work with various backend file storages and not just with "physical" disk.
For example, in WebDAV, SFTP, HTTP(S) and FTP(S) servers you can provide a personal storage space for each connected user.
Out of the box file system adapter and SolFS virtual file system adapter are included and you can easily create your own adapter. With DNSSEC support enabled you protect your socket connection from being fooled by possible DNS cache poisoning and other malicious DNS activities.
DNSSEC requires that the DNS record for the destination server contains a certified signature. Distributed Crypto modules let web site visitors use certificates accessible only on the client system to sign the data, stored on the server (no need to download this data).
This is done with help of client-side modules (Java applet, ActiveX control, Flash applet), embedded into the web page. Cryptographic hardware gains more and more popularity every day. If your software deals with X.509 certificates or PKI in general (RSA keys etc.), it is time to support cryptocards and USB tokens.
To use cryptographic hardware you need a license for PKIBlackbox. SecureBlackbox was written from the ground up by EldoS developers. It doesn't use third-party code to implement its cryptographic functions. This means that you are not bound by CryptoAPI or OpenSSL version when you need to use certain algorithm.
At the same time it's possible to plug third-party security libraries and hardware modules by utilizing the pluggable architecture of SecureBlackbox. No royalties means the licensing procedure which is clear and easy to understand and manage. Pay for the license once and use it for development and deployment with no other payments. We provide free technical support via web-based Forum and HelpDesk. Support is available for everyone, and the requests from clients who purchased a license are given priority. Also you can use our extensive knowledgebase. With OpenPGPBlackbox you can be sure that you can exchange data with any OpenPGP-compatible implementation that the other party uses. PGP 9 introduced the feature of placing multiple files into one encrypted or signed PGP file. This is done by placing all files to TAR archive and then encrypting or signing this TAR archive.
OpenPGPBlackbox can create such files itself and it is also capable of processing the PGP files with multiple files inside.Stream-based processing lets you process really huge files and not be bound by restrictions of 32-bit environments. This feature works on both 32-bit and 64-bit systems without any limitations. OpenPGPBlackbox goes several steps beyond the current standard. We support the features, offered by the latest drafts of OpenPGP specification. OpenPGPBlackbox supports the keys of any length, used in modern computing. If you need more strength, you can generate and use 4096-bit keys without problems. With the wide choice of encryption, authentication and digital signature algorithms supported by OpenPGPBlackbox, you will be able to meet the security requirements and get compatibility with the wide choice of differently configured software. Originally PGP infrastructure was built as a distributed alternative to PKI. OpenPGPBlackbox takes the best of two worlds and offers you the ways to use both PGP and PKI depending on your needs. You can even combine them together by using X.509 certificates for OpenPGP ioerations. With SecureBlackbox you can create, manage and convert OpenPGP keys without the need for external key management software. OpenPGPBlackbox package includes functions that let you generate and manage OpenPGP keys and keyrings. Using these functions you can build your own PGP key management applications. With OpenPGPBlackbox you can create self-extracting OpenPGP files, i.e. executable files which contain encrypted, signed and compressed data. When these executable files are run, they can extract the contained data to the disk (of course, when the correct decryption key or passphrase is provided for encrypted data).