Question about using GnuPG on Windows 10

Anthony Papillion anthony at
Mon Nov 7 22:32:16 CET 2016

I know Windows 10 sends a lot of telemetry data back to Microsoft for
analysis. The data sent to Microsoft, in some circumstances, also seems
to be keystroke data to help make certain features of Windows 10 better.
How does GnuPG play into this?

Is there any evidence that GnuPG password entry is not part of the
keystroke data sent to Microsoft? Does GnuPG take any steps to avoid
this? Can it?


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