This article provides guidance on using Gnu Privacy Guard (GnuPG) to encrypt sales data for seamless integration with Feefo. GnuPG is a suite of free and open-source cryptography solutions that allows merchants to securely transfer data to Feefo's FTP server. By encrypting the sales file with Feefo's public key, merchants can ensure data protection during the transfer process. This article outlines the steps to encrypt the file correctly and highlights the importance of adhering to specific naming conventions.

Using GnuPG for Feefo Data Encryption

Feefo supports sales files encrypted with GnuPG. To ensure successful integration, the file must be encrypted with Feefo's public key before uploading it to our FTP server. For proper identification, make sure the file extension is set to .gpg. Upon arrival, the encrypted file will be automatically decrypted and processed by Feefo.

Downloading GnuPG

To get started, download GnuPG from the official GnuPG website. For detailed instructions on using GnuPG for encryption, refer to the documentation provided with the GnuPG download.

Feefo's Public Key for Encryption

To encrypt the file, you will need to use Feefo's public key, which is provided below:


Version: GnuPG v1.2.6 (GNU/Linux)

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Importance of File Naming Convention

For successful decryption by Feefo, it is essential to adhere to a strict file naming convention. Any GnuPG encrypted files must include the correct file type extension (e.g., .txt, .csv, .xml) followed by .gpg. For example, if you are uploading a CSV file named "exampleupload.csv," the encrypted file should be named "exampleupload.csv.gpg." Failing to include the base file extension will result in the file remaining unprocessed on our servers after decryption.

Accessing GnuPG HOWTO Guide

The GnuPG Project website offers a comprehensive HOWTO guide on using GnuPG for encryption. This guide is available in multiple languages and formats, and it can be accessed here: 


By following these steps and adhering to the file naming convention, you can securely encrypt your sales data using GnuPG for Feefo integration. If you encounter any issues or require further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact our support team. We are here to help ensure a smooth and secure data transfer process.