- Certicom Corp.
Certicom provides cryptography toolkits and services to device manufacturers and software developers in C, C# and Java to ensure strong security. Adopted by the US Government’s National Security Agency (NSA), Certicom technologies for Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) provide the most security per bit of any known public key scheme, making it ideal for constrained environments.
SharpPrivacy - A Free OpenPGP Implementation
The home of SharpPrivacy, a free and Open Source implementation of the OpenPGP protocoll. It is written in c# and comes with a nice and easy to use GUI. A nice product but still in beta.
Patrick Townsend & Associates
AS/400 FTP & PGP automation, EDI & XML, eCommerce, Hospitality/Banks/Medical.
Freeware pure Java implementation of OpenPGP. Can be used as class library. A command line utility is also provided to complish common tasks.
MIT Distribution Center for PGP
PGP® or Pretty Good Privacy® is a powerful cryptographic product family that enables people to securely exchange messages, and to secure files, disk volumes and network connections with both privacy and strong authentication.
1-click encryption and digital signing of webmail, webforms, online documents or credit cards for higher levels of confidentiality and authentication. Zendit is a founding member of the Open PGP Alliance.
Authora is a founding member of the Open PGP Alliance
Authora is dedicated to promoting the use of PGP worldwide. The Authora SoveriegnSuite includes ZENDIT, for digital signing, encrypting and access control. ZENDIT can also integrate X.509 Certificates.