Smartphone platforms andd gnupg

James P. Howard, II jh at
Fri Jun 12 15:35:04 CEST 2009

There's an implementation for BlackBerry called AtomicHelix
(  I tried it and it does encryption/decryption
reasonably well, but there is no support for signing or verifying messages.


-------- Original Message  --------
From:    Werner Koch <wk at>
Date:    Fri Jun 12 2009 05:51:38 GMT-0400 (EDT)
Subject: Re: Smartphone platforms andd gnupg

> On Fri, 12 Jun 2009 00:02, malte.gell at said:
>> I think bringing things like Phil Zimmermann's Zphone to a
>> smartphone would make more sense. A free, encrypting voice over ip
>> tool, wouldn't that make more sense on a phone?
> In fact, we have a free ZRTP implementaion for quite some time: 
> libzrtpcpp.  A quick check shows that it is used by Twinkle but any
> SIP software based on ccrtp can make use of this extension.
> Shalom-Salam,
> Werner

James P. Howard, II, MPA

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