Web Page Messed Up?
Tue Aug 26 22:38:01 2003
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Ross Druker wrote:
> I went to this page from IE and Netscape from Windows and Unix and it
> same confused text.
> To guarantee that GnuPG versions you download has not been hacked by some
> malicious person, tarballs are signed.Per garantire che la versione di GnuPG
> scaricata non sia stata contraffatta da persone malintenzionate, gli archivi
> sono firmati.
> Signature key is reported below. It can also be retrieved the from key
> or obtained from the GnuPG source tree (g10/pubring.asc).La chiave di
> riportata sotto. Puņ anche essere recuperata dai server di chiavi
> dai sorgenti di GnuPG (g10/pubring.asc).
It's not one of the languages I read, but the second sentence in each case
would appear to be Italian versions of the preceding English sentence.
John P. Clizbe Inet: JPClizbe(a)comcast DOT nyet
Golden Bear Networks PGP/GPG KeyID: 0x608D2A10
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