[Gpg4win-users-en] Can't import ECC keys - GPG needs version bump to 2.1.x

Juan Miguel Navarro Martínez juanmi.3000 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 9 21:15:00 CEST 2017

You can get the version v2.1 of GnuPG by downloading and installing the
experimental version of Gpg4Win (3.0.0).

All the experimental versions are in here:


I'm using the beta215 version as it was the latest "publicly" announced
on the gpg4win-devel maillist with a changelog but the current one is

Optionally, you can then install the latest GnuPG 2.1 version from the
gnupg.org websute over the one installed by Gpg4Win 3.0.0. One of the
maintainers of Gpg4Win told me that it should be fine doing so.

On 2017-08-07 at 23:12, leroy at tutanota.de wrote:
> Hello,
> Many users have started using ECC keys, especially since github has
> moved to support them. Please consider upgrading GPG to v2.1.x so that
> Windows users can import and verify ECC keys.
> Thank you.
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Juan Miguel Navarro Martínez

GPG Keyfingerprint:
5A91 90D4 CF27 9D52 D62A
BC58 88E2 947F 9BC6 B3CF

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