PGP Encryption Activities

I’m pleased to announce a soon to be released custom activity to perform PGP Encryption through your UiPath robot. If you are not familiar with PGP Encryption, here’s how it works:

  • Every PGP user has a key pair: their own private and public keys
  • To encrypt and send messages, use your receiver’s public key
  • To decrypt a received message, use your private key and passphrase

This custom activity is intuitive and easy to use. Enabling you to Securely send, share, and store Sensitive Data, Perform Batch Encryption, and Decryption. In addition to Generating PGP Key Pairs from within your workflow

It’s not available yet, but keep an eye on this link. I will currently publishing it, and it will be available soon.

Hello Bernard! Our team has been looking into using PGP in UiPath so I am really interested in this package. When you say soon, do you mean in the next couple of hours or days? As of right now, when I click on the link, it takes me to an error page.

Should be available in a few days. I anticipate early next week. I’m really excited to hear it will be useful to you.

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Any update on this activity?

Hi Sam, thanks for following up… I am still waiting for final approval. Hopefully I’ll received it this week…

Happy to announce that my PGP custom activity is now published and available in the UiPath Marketplace.

Note: The PGP activities are offered to allow robots to interact directly with existing business processes that leverage PGP for privacy. They are not designed to provide new information security paradigms, but instead a means to allow the robot to interact with the existing security that is being deployed within a business.

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@lawes Thanks for the update!