During the last few weeks I have been working on Goopg, a new extension for the Chrome and Chromium browser which allows one to sign and verify emails directly from the Gmail web page.
It consists mainly in two parts: an extension, which gets information from the Gmail web page, and a plugin (written in python) which silently verifies the emails, signs the outgoing messages and sends them via the Gmail APIs and a SMTP connection. For more information about the architecture, see the project documentation.
To install it you have to:
- Install the Goopg extension from the Chrome web store
- Install the plugin package using the following PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:team-goopg/goopg sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install goopg-chromium
Install the package goopg-chrome if you use Chrome.
The project is Open Source, released under the GPL-3 license and it is not affiliated with Google.
Thanks to Alessio Treglia, Andrea Colangelo, Riccardo Padovani, Mattia Rizzolo for testing and to Paolo Rotolo for the icon.
- Support to Firefox and to other browsers
- Support to other Operating System, like Mac/OSx
- Support to encryption/decryption
If you like this project, please consider a donation