- 10/18/2021 10:47:42 AM (7 months ago)
- 11.1, lazarus, qt5new, trunk, upgradedb, xry111/intltool, xry111/test-20220226
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r2ef4e24b r97ba425 113 113 114 114 <para>MD5 is not cryptographically secure, so the md5sums are only 115 provided for detecting random errors or truncations introduced during 116 network transfer. There is no <quote>100%</quote> secure way to make 115 provided for detecting unmalicious changes to the file content. For 116 example, an error or truncation introduced during network transfer, or 117 a <quote>stealth</quote> update to the package from the upstream 118 (updating the content of a released tarball instead of making a new 119 release properly).</para> 120 121 <para>There is no <quote>100%</quote> secure way to make 117 122 sure the genuity of the source files. Assuming the upstream is managing 118 123 their website correctly (the private key is not leaked and the domain is
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