Commit e9bc1a08 authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers

doc: Rename openpgp_with_gedit into openpgp_public-key_encryption

parent e157ed3b
......@@ -24,3 +24,4 @@ RewriteRule ^doc/first_steps/bridge_mode doc/first_steps/startup_options/bridge_
RewriteRule ^doc/first_steps/windows_theme doc/first_steps/startup_options/windows_camouflage [R]
RewriteRule ^doc/trusting_tails_signing_key doc/get/trusting_tails_signing_key [R]
RewriteRule ^doc/first_steps/report_a_bug doc/first_steps/bug_reporting [R]
RewriteRule ^doc/encryption_and_privacy/openpgp_with_gedit doc/encryption_and_privacy/openpgp_public-key_encryption [R]
......@@ -235,7 +235,7 @@ distributed as an ISO 9660 compatible image file it can be burned to a
CD with almost any CD recording software available.
Also, it is RECOMMENDED to make it possible for end-users to verify
the downloaded PELD image's integrity using public key cryptography.
the downloaded PELD image's integrity using public-key cryptography.
## 2.4 Operational requirements
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......@@ -4,5 +4,5 @@
- [[TrueCrypt|encryption_and_privacy/truecrypt]]
- Use OpenPGP
- [[Encrypt text with a passphrase using gpgApplet|encryption_and_privacy/openpgp_passphrase_encryption]]
- [[Encrypt and sign text with a public key using gedit|encryption_and_privacy/openpgp_with_gedit]]
- [[Encrypt and sign text with a public key using gpgApplet|encryption_and_privacy/openpgp_public-key_encryption]]
- [[Securely delete files and clean diskspace using Nautilus Wipe|encryption_and_privacy/secure_deletion]]
......@@ -2,10 +2,10 @@
**FireGPG is no more shipped in Tails.**
You should instead use:
You should instead use our custom GPG applet to:
- our custom GPG applet to [[encrypt text with a passphrase|openpgp_passphrase_encryption]]
- the gedit text editor to [[encrypt text with a public key|openpgp_with_gedit]]
- [[encrypt text with a passphrase|openpgp_passphrase_encryption]]
- [[encrypt text with a public key|openpgp_public-key_encryption]]
[[!toc levels=2]]
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ encrypted text in your browser, before sending it by email for example.
This technique requires you to share a secret passphrase with the people that
will need to decrypt the message. OpenPGP also allows you to use public-key
cryptography to send confidential messages without having a shared passphrase.
[[See the corresponding documentation.|openpgp_with_gedit]]
[[See the corresponding documentation.|openpgp_public_key_encryption]]
[[!toc levels=2]]
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[[!meta title="OpenPGP with gedit"]]
[[!meta title="OpenPGP public-key encryption"]]
**It is unsafe to write confidential text in a web browser** since Javascript
attacks can access it from inside the browser. You should rather write your
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