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Though the GnuPG website shows the last stable release date to be: 2010-10-18, I feel there are no major improvements. Till the year 2003-2004, I used to see active developments and releases.

I downloaded both, GnuPG and Cryptophane, but there is no option to create a 4096-bit key. Also, the Diffie-Hellman algorithm is missing.

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Probably should ask on their site/forums/mailing list – MrStatic Jan 2 '11 at 14:32
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To see what GnuPG is doing, have a look at this 2010-09-20 announcement :

The last 9 months of GnuPG development.

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good show sir +1 – hbdgaf Jan 2 '11 at 15:27

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