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I'd so much rather use GPG because GnuPG will require me to go into and type in the Terminal application. The last time I did that I killed my computer: I made it have a "fatal" system error. One wrong letter, space, dash, etc. - just one – and it's over, kaput. So I'm scared. And the guy in the tutorial does it so damn fast. So is it possible to use GPG tools to verify that I have the true Tor program and I'm really me, etc.? And avoid opening up the deathspace of Terminal?

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    GnuPG is the name of the software and gpg the name of the command-line program. You need to be more specific about the applications you are talking about. – Lunar May 25 '14 at 15:53
  • I think you may be overstating the risk involved in typing commands into Terminal. – Greg Hewgill May 26 '14 at 1:46