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Facebook mobile phone activation

Facebook allows neither anonymous nor pseudonymous accounts. That means you can't sign into Facebook as a guest, nor can you use a name that isn't your real name. It then follows that when you visit ...
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Tails -> Verify the ISO image -> Using the command line: "gpg: Impossible de v'erifier la signature : No public key"

Two things: This isn't the correct installation method for you to follow. These instructions are for people who are already familiar with basic usage of OpenPGP You're not following the ...
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Verifying .asc file for TorBrowser-linux64-4.0.4_en-US.tar.xz

You can either move the files to your Desktop and re-run the commands, or change the word "Desktop" to "Download" in the command you executed, like this: gpg --verify ~/Desktop/tor-browser-linux64-4....
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Tor Browser, Signature verification Failed, Cant check signature: No public key

Check out the Tor Project's signing keys page for more info. If you followed that tutorial exactly, then you imported a single developer's signing key, but this is not the key used to sign the ...
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Tor Browser, Signature verification Failed, Cant check signature: No public key

simply use the below command this helped me curl -s https://openpgpkey.torproject.org/.well-known/openpgpkey/torproject.org/hu/kounek7zrdx745qydx6p59t9mqjpuhdf |gpg --import -
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Variable success in verifying Tails

The error "unknown pubkey algorithm" is a consequence of (a) the fact that on my machine, the gpg command defaults to using gpg1, (b) gpg1 does not support the use of elliptic-curve cryptographic ...
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Tor Browser won't load in Ubuntu 16.04

This is due to an outdated key. This solution fixed the issue for me: gpg --homedir "$HOME/.local/share/torbrowser/gnupg_homedir/" --refresh-keys --keyserver pgp.mit.edu
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Tails -> Verify the ISO image -> Using the command line: "gpg: Impossible de v'erifier la signature : No public key"

You can also get the "No public key" error if you have imported an old version of the Tails signing key. gpg --check-sigs A490D0F4D311A4153E2BB7CADBB802B258ACD84F pub 4096R/58ACD84F 2015-01-18 [...
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Failed signature verification

The description behind the link you provided is a bit unclear. The command needs to look like this (all on the same line): "D:\Installed Applications\Gnu\GnuPg\gpg.exe" --verify C:\Users\MyUsername\...
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How dangerous is it to run Tor without verifying the signature of the package?

You better avoid this kind of running: when I helped people I saw a fake Tor Browser distributions: tor.exe binary was replaced with some malicious program that even tried to mimic original program's ...
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64bit Windows and Mac Tor Browser Bundle downloads always have the wrong sha256 hash. What is wrong?

#19494 (Invalid SHA256 on version 6.0.1 et 6.0.2) The sha256sums-unsigned-build.txt file contains the hashes of the bundles before they are signed. For the Windows bundles, you can use ...
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Facebook mobile phone activation

Tor is just a transport layer. It helps you to avoid illegal censorship attempts. It's defenately not an anonymizer - and even more, phone activation is good for privacy protection
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Tails signing key verification

You're not doing anything wrong. But here is an explanation of your output and a way to get some level of further verification by showing that the old key has actually signed the key you downloaded. ...
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What is the safest way to keep TBB up to date?

This link to the Tor Browser design document contains the following description of how the Tor developers have ensured the updates from the updater cannot be tampered with. 5.4. Update Safety We make ...
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Tor Browser key problem

It means that you never signed the key that was used to sign the Tor Browser Bundle. You should only sign keys of people that you have verified the identity of (usually by looking at the person's ...
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Tails signature mismatch

It turns out I had failed to trust/certify that signing key. Once I did that, I received a "green" result. This Reddit post highlights the solution quite thoroughly: https://www.reddit.com/r/tails/...
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Certificate authorization spoofing

As it has been some time since I have had any experience with this sort of thing, it is unclear what exactly you mean by "certificate spoofing". However, from my understanding of MITM attacks, the ...
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Tor Browser-how to verify signature?

Go to the Tor Browser Bundle download page. Select the correct download, and download! Below the nice, purple button should be a link that says sig. Don't left click but instead right click it. Then ...
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Tor Browser-how to verify signature?

You have to download the .asc file yourself. Click the "(sig)" part under the purple download button, left of the language selector: https://www.torproject.org/download/download-easy.html.en EDIT: I ...
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