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We <strong>strongly advise</strong> you to use the <a href="www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html">Tor Browser</a> instead.
You Should Use Tor Browser
If you are not using Tor Browser, you <strong>may not be anonymous</strong>.
If you want to submit information to SecureDrop, we <strong>strongly advise you</strong> to install Tor Browser and use it to access our site safely and anonymously.
Copy and paste the following address into your browser and follow the instructions to download and install Tor Browser:
If there is a chance that downloading Tor Browser raises suspicion and your mail provider is less likely to be monitored, you can send a mail to <pre>gettor@torproject.org</pre> and a bot will answer with instructions.
Why download the team's public key?
SecureDrop encrypts files and messages after they are submitted. Encrypting messages and files before submission can provide an extra layer of security before your data reaches the SecureDrop server.
If you are already familiar with the GPG encryption software, you may wish to encrypt your submissions yourself. To do so:
<a href="{url}">Download</a> the public key. It will be saved to a file called:
<p><code>{submission_key_fpr_filename}</code></p>
Import it into your GPG keyring.
If you are using <a href="{url}">Tails</a>, you can double-click the <code>.asc</code> file you just downloaded and it will be automatically imported to your keyring.
If you are using macOS or Linux, open the terminal. You can import the key with:<p><code>gpg --import /path/to/{submission_key_fpr_filename}</code></p>
Encrypt your submission. Open the terminal and enter this gpg command:
<code>gpg --recipient '{submission_key_fpr}' --encrypt /path/to/submission</code>
Upload your encrypted submission. It will have the same filename as the unencrypted file, with .gpg at the end (e.g. <code>internal_memo.pdf.gpg</code>)
<strong>Important:</strong> If you wish to remain anonymous, <strong>do not</strong> use GPG to sign the encrypted file (with the <code>--sign</code> or <code>-s</code> flag) as this will reveal your GPG identity to us.
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@eloquence No technical reason, but Kushal said we shouldn’t translate the example (hence the translations beeing reverted to an example in English), which I stronglly disagree with.

3 months ago

Yes, I agree it's best to translate this example. Is there a technical reason you're commenting on it? As far as I can tell, the whole string is ready for translation.

3 months ago

Examples should always be translated since we should never expose the international users to English, especially since many won’t understand nor read English.

3 months ago
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Examples should always be translated since we should never expose the international users to English, especially since many won’t understand nor read English.

3 months ago
User avatar eloquence

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Yes, I agree it's best to translate this example. Is there a technical reason you're commenting on it? As far as I can tell, the whole string is ready for translation.

3 months ago
User avatar AO_Localization_Lab

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@eloquence No technical reason, but Kushal said we shouldn’t translate the example (hence the translations beeing reverted to an example in English), which I stronglly disagree with.

3 months ago

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