Commit c97c4b87 authored by amnesia's avatar amnesia

updated PO files

parent e3a4c218
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"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-09-23 15:06-0600\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-09-23 20:07-0600\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
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"No matter what your opinion is in this matter you should ask how you reached "
"that conclusion. Both trust and distrust need to be established based on "
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"word. Of course, we claim to be honest, but written assurances are "
"worthless. In order to make an informed decision you must look at the "
"greater picture of what Tails is comprised of, our affiliations, and "
"possibly how others trust us."
"facts, not gut feeling, paranoid suspicion, unfounded hearsay or our word. "
"Of course, we claim to be honest, but written assurances are worthless. In "
"order to make an informed decision you must look at the greater picture of "
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"for all of its derivatives, like Linux Mint. Thus there are countless people "
"using Debian's software packages, and countless developers inspect their "
"integrity. Very serious security issues have been discovered (like the "
"infamous [[Debian SSH PRNG "
"vulnerability|https://lists.debian.org/debian-security-announce/2008/msg00152.html]]), "
"but backdoors or other types of intentionally placed security holes have "
"never been found to our knowledge."
"infamous [[Debian SSH PRNG vulnerability|https://lists.debian.org/debian-"
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"Tails anonymity is based on Tor, which is developed by [[The Tor "
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"onion routing) and engineering-wise (Tor's code has gone through several "
"external audits, and many independent developers have read through the "
"sources for other reasons). Again, security issues have been reported, but "
"nothing malicious like a backdoor -- we would argue that it's only "
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"Tor these days. Furthermore, Tor's distributed trust model makes it hard "
"for a single entity to capture an individual's traffic and effectively "
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"Tails anonymity is based on Tor, which is developed by [[The Tor Project|"
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"public scrutiny both academically (research on attacks and defenses on onion "
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"audits, and many independent developers have read through the sources for "
"other reasons). Again, security issues have been reported, but nothing "
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"conspiracy theorists that speculate about deliberate backdoors in Tor these "
"days. Furthermore, Tor's distributed trust model makes it hard for a single "
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"One could say that Tails is the union of Debian and Tor. What we do, "
"essentially, is gluing it all together. Hence, if you trust Debian and The "
"Tor Project, what remains to establish trust for Tails is to trust our "
"\"glue\". As has been mentioned, Tails if Free software, so it's source code "
"is completely open for inspection, and it's mainly comprised by a "
"specification of which Debian software packages to install, and how they "
"should be configured. While Tails surely doesn't get the same amount of "
"attention as Debian or Tor, we do have some eyes on us from especially the "
"Tor community, and also some of the general security community (see our "
"[[audits page|security/audits]]). Given that Tails' source code is "
"comparably small and devoid of complexities, we're in a pretty good spot "
"compared to many other projects of similar nature. Our [[specification and "
"design document|contribute/design]] is a good starting point to understand "
"how Tails works, by the way."
"Tor Project, what remains to establish trust for Tails is to trust our \"glue"
"\". As has been mentioned, Tails if Free software, so it's source code is "
"completely open for inspection, and it's mainly comprised by a specification "
"of which Debian software packages to install, and how they should be "
"configured. While Tails surely doesn't get the same amount of attention as "
"Debian or Tor, we do have some eyes on us from especially the Tor community, "
"and also some of the general security community (see our [[audits page|"
"security/audits]]). Given that Tails' source code is comparably small and "
"devoid of complexities, we're in a pretty good spot compared to many other "
"projects of similar nature. Our [[specification and design document|"
"contribute/design]] is a good starting point to understand how Tails works, "
"by the way."
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"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
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"greater picture of what Tails is comprised of, our affiliations, and "
"possibly how others trust us."
"facts, not gut feeling, paranoid suspicion, unfounded hearsay or our word. "
"Of course, we claim to be honest, but written assurances are worthless. In "
"order to make an informed decision you must look at the greater picture of "
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"for all of its derivatives, like Linux Mint. Thus there are countless people "
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"integrity. Very serious security issues have been discovered (like the "
"infamous [[Debian SSH PRNG "
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"infamous [[Debian SSH PRNG vulnerability|https://lists.debian.org/debian-"
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"Tails anonymity is based on Tor, which is developed by [[The Tor "
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"onion routing) and engineering-wise (Tor's code has gone through several "
"external audits, and many independent developers have read through the "
"sources for other reasons). Again, security issues have been reported, but "
"nothing malicious like a backdoor -- we would argue that it's only "
"uninformed conspiracy theorists that speculate about deliberate backdoors in "
"Tor these days. Furthermore, Tor's distributed trust model makes it hard "
"for a single entity to capture an individual's traffic and effectively "
"identify them."
"Tails anonymity is based on Tor, which is developed by [[The Tor Project|"
"https://www.torproject.org/]]. The development of Tor is under a lot of "
"public scrutiny both academically (research on attacks and defenses on onion "
"routing) and engineering-wise (Tor's code has gone through several external "
"audits, and many independent developers have read through the sources for "
"other reasons). Again, security issues have been reported, but nothing "
"malicious like a backdoor -- we would argue that it's only uninformed "
"conspiracy theorists that speculate about deliberate backdoors in Tor these "
"days. Furthermore, Tor's distributed trust model makes it hard for a single "
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"One could say that Tails is the union of Debian and Tor. What we do, "
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"\"glue\". As has been mentioned, Tails if Free software, so it's source code "
"is completely open for inspection, and it's mainly comprised by a "
"specification of which Debian software packages to install, and how they "
"should be configured. While Tails surely doesn't get the same amount of "
"attention as Debian or Tor, we do have some eyes on us from especially the "
"Tor community, and also some of the general security community (see our "
"[[audits page|security/audits]]). Given that Tails' source code is "
"comparably small and devoid of complexities, we're in a pretty good spot "
"compared to many other projects of similar nature. Our [[specification and "
"design document|contribute/design]] is a good starting point to understand "
"how Tails works, by the way."
"Tor Project, what remains to establish trust for Tails is to trust our \"glue"
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"completely open for inspection, and it's mainly comprised by a specification "
"of which Debian software packages to install, and how they should be "
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"and also some of the general security community (see our [[audits page|"
"security/audits]]). Given that Tails' source code is comparably small and "
"devoid of complexities, we're in a pretty good spot compared to many other "
"projects of similar nature. Our [[specification and design document|"
"contribute/design]] is a good starting point to understand how Tails works, "
"by the way."
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msgid ""
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"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-09-23 20:07-0600\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
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#, no-wrap
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msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
......@@ -34,11 +35,11 @@ msgstr ""
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"No matter what your opinion is in this matter you should ask how you reached "
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"word. Of course, we claim to be honest, but written assurances are "
"worthless. In order to make an informed decision you must look at the "
"greater picture of what Tails is comprised of, our affiliations, and "
"possibly how others trust us."
"facts, not gut feeling, paranoid suspicion, unfounded hearsay or our word. "
"Of course, we claim to be honest, but written assurances are worthless. In "
"order to make an informed decision you must look at the greater picture of "
"what Tails is comprised of, our affiliations, and possibly how others trust "
"us."
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"for all of its derivatives, like Linux Mint. Thus there are countless people "
"using Debian's software packages, and countless developers inspect their "
"integrity. Very serious security issues have been discovered (like the "
"infamous [[Debian SSH PRNG "
"vulnerability|https://lists.debian.org/debian-security-announce/2008/msg00152.html]]), "
"but backdoors or other types of intentionally placed security holes have "
"never been found to our knowledge."
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"intentionally placed security holes have never been found to our knowledge."
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"Tails anonymity is based on Tor, which is developed by [[The Tor "
"Project|https://www.torproject.org/]]. The development of Tor is under a lot "
"of public scrutiny both academically (research on attacks and defenses on "
"onion routing) and engineering-wise (Tor's code has gone through several "
"external audits, and many independent developers have read through the "
"sources for other reasons). Again, security issues have been reported, but "
"nothing malicious like a backdoor -- we would argue that it's only "
"uninformed conspiracy theorists that speculate about deliberate backdoors in "
"Tor these days. Furthermore, Tor's distributed trust model makes it hard "
"for a single entity to capture an individual's traffic and effectively "
"identify them."
"Tails anonymity is based on Tor, which is developed by [[The Tor Project|"
"https://www.torproject.org/]]. The development of Tor is under a lot of "
"public scrutiny both academically (research on attacks and defenses on onion "
"routing) and engineering-wise (Tor's code has gone through several external "
"audits, and many independent developers have read through the sources for "
"other reasons). Again, security issues have been reported, but nothing "
"malicious like a backdoor -- we would argue that it's only uninformed "
"conspiracy theorists that speculate about deliberate backdoors in Tor these "
"days. Furthermore, Tor's distributed trust model makes it hard for a single "
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#. type: Title =
......@@ -127,18 +126,18 @@ msgstr ""
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"One could say that Tails is the union of Debian and Tor. What we do, "
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"\"glue\". As has been mentioned, Tails if Free software, so it's source code "
"is completely open for inspection, and it's mainly comprised by a "
"specification of which Debian software packages to install, and how they "
"should be configured. While Tails surely doesn't get the same amount of "
"attention as Debian or Tor, we do have some eyes on us from especially the "
"Tor community, and also some of the general security community (see our "
"[[audits page|security/audits]]). Given that Tails' source code is "
"comparably small and devoid of complexities, we're in a pretty good spot "
"compared to many other projects of similar nature. Our [[specification and "
"design document|contribute/design]] is a good starting point to understand "
"how Tails works, by the way."
"Tor Project, what remains to establish trust for Tails is to trust our \"glue"
"\". As has been mentioned, Tails if Free software, so it's source code is "
"completely open for inspection, and it's mainly comprised by a specification "
"of which Debian software packages to install, and how they should be "
"configured. While Tails surely doesn't get the same amount of attention as "
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"security/audits]]). Given that Tails' source code is comparably small and "
"devoid of complexities, we're in a pretty good spot compared to many other "
"projects of similar nature. Our [[specification and design document|"
"contribute/design]] is a good starting point to understand how Tails works, "
"by the way."
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