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Gravity Forms PGP Encryption plugin allows you to receive encrypted emails from your visitors, without the need for them to use any specific software.
To run the plugin, you need a website with WordPress and Gravity Forms.
No. You need to purchase the plugin, and you need to have Gravity Forms as a requirement. However, you can use the free version of the plugin. The free version has its own static form, you can use it without Gravity Forms.
To obtain a new keypair, you can use our online keygenerator at

Fill the fields Name, E-mail Address and Password, then click on Generate PGP Keys. You will get a public and a private key. Save them as text files on your computer.

The installation instructions are available here.
We highly recommend that you use SSL on your domain, but it is not required. If you use SSL, data will not be transfered in clear between your visitor’s computer and your server, so all the process will be safe.

You can purchase SSL certificates with our partner.

To decrypt messages, you can use our online PGP tool or any other PGP software. A list is available on the About PGP page.
Absolutely, it’s possible to send notification to different e-mails. To do that, you have first to enter all the PGP public keys. Then you have to create separated notification for each address, like this:
Multiple recipients
If you have a problem to decrypt message, feel free to send us a screenshot of the error message you get, and copy/paste your public PGP key on
Install and configure this plugin:
It would help you to properly configure your mail settings, and you will be able to send a test mail to yourself.
We do not save any data about PGP keys generated on the website. You have nothing special to do.
We have no way to recover your password. We do not save any data about PGP keys and their password.

We suggest you to create a new keypair at

You can disable the HTML style for specific forms from the Settings:
Disable HTML
No. The plugin doesn’t support PGP/MIME yet. All the messages are sent in plain text.
No. Encrypting files from the form is not yet possible.
We are checking the code of the plugin when there are security alerts about WordPress, to know if we are concerned or not, and if we need to do an update.

Usually, we are doing two or three updates a year, depending on security and feature issues. The updates are done automatically when the license key has been entered in the settings of the plugin. The updates appear on the Plugins page like any other plugin.

The updates are included during the first year. After the first year, a small fee will be ask to you to continue. However, the plugin will still continue to work even if you don’t renew the license.

You can disable the entries for specific forms from the Settings:
Disable entries
If you have lost your download link, open a new ticket at
With our plugin, you will be able to add a secure contact form on your website. Patients will fill the form, then the results will be encrypted with your public PGP key and sent you by e-mail. So you will get in your mailbox an encrypted e-mail. You will need your private PGP key and your password to read it.

Be aware that the encryption is done on your server, so it’s highly recommanded to have SSL on your WordPress. With SSL, data is encrypted between your patient’s computer and your server. So the whole process is protected.

  • All code is implememented in readable PHP
  • You can check the source code
  • No binaries are loaded from a server or used embedded
  • No hidden transfer of plain text
  • The message is encrypted on your own server
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Change Log

  • v1.20 – 2018-04-18 – Fixing issue with the last release of Gravity Forms 2.3
  • v1.19 – 2017-12-01 – Fixing issue with the last release of WordPress 4.9
  • v1.18 – 2017-06-15 – Fixing issue with the last release of WordPress 4.8
  • v1.17 – 2017-03-30 – Fixing issue with the last release of Gravity Forms 2.2
  • v1.16 – 2017-02-27 – Updating the plugin automatic update library
  • v1.15 – 2017-02-14 – Enabling SSL upgrade of the plugin & Improving license information displaying
  • v1.14 – 2017-01-18 – Minor fix for compatibility with WordPress 4.7 & Minor fix for compatibility with PHP 7
  • v1.13 – 2016-09-05 – Adding support to PGP keys with only the e-mail address (and no username) cf. Protonmail
  • v1.12 – 2016-07-27 – Fixing links to files in the notification e-mail
  • v1.11 – 2016-07-27 – Adding the ability to choose the type of encryption
  • v1.09 – 2015-12-04 – Displaying PGP Public Key ID