[or-cvs] r19108: {website} update links to verifying-signatures page (website/trunk/en)

arma at seul.org arma at seul.org
Sun Mar 22 19:44:55 UTC 2009

Author: arma
Date: 2009-03-22 15:44:55 -0400 (Sun, 22 Mar 2009)
New Revision: 19108

update links to verifying-signatures page

Modified: website/trunk/en/faq.wml
--- website/trunk/en/faq.wml	2009-03-22 17:53:12 UTC (rev 19107)
+++ website/trunk/en/faq.wml	2009-03-22 19:44:55 UTC (rev 19108)
@@ -190,8 +190,7 @@
 always check the source (or at least the diffs since the last release)
 for suspicious things. If we (or the distributors) don't give you
 source, that's a sure sign something funny might be going on. You
-should also check the <a
+should also check the <a href="<page verifying-signatures>">PGP
 signatures</a> on the releases, to make sure nobody messed with the
 distribution sites.
@@ -538,8 +537,7 @@
 Please read the <a
-signatures</a> page for details.
+href="<page verifying-signatures>">verifying signatures</a> page for details.
 <hr />
@@ -737,7 +735,7 @@
 How do users know they've got the right software? When we distribute
 the source code or a package, we digitally sign it with <a
 href="http://www.gnupg.org/">GNU Privacy Guard</a>. See the <a
+href="<page verifying-signatures>">instructions
 on how to check Tor's signatures</a>.

Modified: website/trunk/en/news.wml
--- website/trunk/en/news.wml	2009-03-22 17:53:12 UTC (rev 19107)
+++ website/trunk/en/news.wml	2009-03-22 19:44:55 UTC (rev 19108)
@@ -99,8 +99,7 @@
 <li>Sep 2007: If you have received email claiming to be Tor, it wasn't
 from us. The <a href="<page download>">official Tor bundles</a> can be <a
-as authentic</a>.</li>
+href="<page verifying-signatures>">verified as authentic</a>.</li>
 <li>Aug 2007: <strong>Please update your Tor software!</strong>  The
 latest versions (stable:; development:

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