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Verification of downloaded files
Want to verify your Turtl download? Follow these instructions:
Import our public signing key into your GPG (key signature
$ wget https://keybase.io/orthecreedence/pgp_keys.asc?fingerprint=dedf113e54248344163716b55c66fad13222d757 -O turtl.asc $ gpg --import turtl.asc
- Grab the SHA256 signature file and signature file for the platform you want:
Verify the GPG signature of the SHA256 file.
$ gpg --verify desktop.sha256sums.sig desktop.sha256sums gpg: Signature made Tue, Jul 24, 2018 9:12:17 PM CDT gpg: using RSA key 57CE4D9CD8D276B4 gpg: Good signature from "Andrew Lyon
" Primary key fingerprint: DEDF 113E 5424 8344 1637 16B5 5C66 FAD1 3222 D757 Subkey fingerprint: B25B DF8F 8BB7 7454 ACFF BA84 57CE 4D9C D8D2 76B4
If verification succeeded, now you can compare the SHA256 sum of the download you made to that file's entry in the SHA256 file:
If those two hashes (
$ wget https://github.com/turtl/desktop/releases/download/v0.7.1/turtl-0.7.1-windows64.msi $ sha256sum turtl-0.7.1-windows64.msi fb57740d84e6838d83035949477c061cc4d1879074ffb05a336a22cb37f8eb9b *turtl-0.7.1-windows64.msi $ cat desktop.sha256sums | grep windows64 fb57740d84e6838d83035949477c061cc4d1879074ffb05a336a22cb37f8eb9b *turtl-0.7.1-windows64.msi
fb57740...) match, your Turtl build has not been tampered with. If the two hashes above do not match, then do NOT install Turtl!