- Navigate to http://rqef5a5mebgq46y5.onion [archive] and download SecBrowser and the associated (
.asc) file signature. Store it in
- Read http://expyuzz4wqqyqhjn.onion/docs/signing-keys.html [archive] to learn which PGP keys sign which packages.
- Read http://expyuzz4wqqyqhjn.onion/docs/verifying-signatures.html [archive] and learn how to perform GPG verification. Download and import the necessary keys.
- Verify the SecBrowser download.
- Navigate to
/home/user/.secbrowser with the file manger. Dolphin example:
Show Hidden Files
- If the old version of SecBrowser is still open, close it.
- Rename the old
/home/user/.secbrowser/secbrowser to something else.
- Extract SecBrowser:
Right-click on the downloaded archive →
extract archive here
- The process is complete.
- To start SecBrowser:
- If intending to use a graphical user interface: Start SecBrowser from the start menu.
- If intending to use a terminal, run the following command.
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