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Author: Translation commit bot <translat...@torproject.org>
Date:   Thu Apr 12 11:51:47 2018 +0000

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 {
-    "miscellaneus-1": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-1",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-1",
+    "misc-1": {
+       "id": "#misc-1",
+       "control": "misc-1",
        "title": "I have a compelling reason to trace a Tor user. Can you 
help?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">There is nothing the Tor developers 
can do to trace Tor users. The same protections that keep bad people from 
breaking Tor's anonymity also prevent us from tracking users.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-2": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-2",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-2",
+    "misc-2": {
+       "id": "#misc-2",
+       "control": "misc-2",
        "title": "Why don't you prevent bad people from doing bad things when 
using Tor?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Tor is designed to defend human 
rights and privacy by preventing anyone from censoring things, even us. We hate 
that there are some people who use Tor to do terrible things, but we can't do 
anything to get rid of them without also undermining the human rights 
activists, journalists, abuse survivors, and other people who use Tor for good 
things. If we wanted to block certain people from using Tor, we'd basically be 
adding a backdoor to the software, which would open up our vulnerable users to 
attacks from bad regimes and other adversaries.</p>"
     },
-     "miscellaneus-3": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-3",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-3",
+     "misc-3": {
+       "id": "#misc-3",
+       "control": "misc-3",
        "title": "Who funds Tor?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Tor is funded by a number of 
different sponsors including US federal agencies, private foundations, and 
individual donors. Check out a list of all <mark><a 
href=\"https://www.torproject.org/about/sponsors.html.en\";>our 
sponsors</a></mark> and a series of <mark><a 
href=\"https://blog.torproject.org/category/tags/form-990\";>blog 
posts</a></mark> on our financial reports.</p><p class=\"mb-3\">We feel that 
talking openly about our funders and funding model is the best way to maintain 
trust with our community. We are always seeking more diversity in our funding 
sources, especially from foundations and individuals.</p>"
      },
-     "miscellaneus-4": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-4",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-4",
+     "misc-4": {
+       "id": "#misc-4",
+       "control": "misc-4",
        "title": "Can I use Tor with bittorrent?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">We do not recommend using Tor with 
bittorrent. For further details, please see our <mark><a 
href=\"https://blog.torproject.org/bittorrent-over-tor-isnt-good-idea\";>​blog 
post on the subject</a></mark>.</p>"
      },
-     "miscellaneus-5": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-5",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-5",
+     "misc-5": {
+       "id": "#misc-5",
+       "control": "misc-5",
        "title": "The files on my computer have been locked, and someone is 
demanding I download Tor Browser to pay a ransom for my files!",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">We are so sorry, but you have been 
infected with malware. The Tor Project did not create this malware. The malware 
authors are asking you to download Tor Browser presumably to contact them 
anonymously with the ransom they're demanding from you. If this is your first 
introduction to Tor Browser, we understand that you might think we're bad 
people who enable even worse people. But please consider that our software is 
used every day for a wide variety of purposes by ​human rights activists, 
journalists, domestic violence survivors, whistleblowers, law enforcement 
officers, and many others. Unfortunately, the protection that our software can 
provide to these groups of people can also be abused by criminals and malware 
authors. The Tor Project does not support or condone the use of our software 
for malicious purposes.</p>"
      },
-    "miscellaneus-6": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-6",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-6",
+    "misc-6": {
+       "id": "#misc-6",
+       "control": "misc-6",
        "title": "Does Tor keep logs?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Tor doesn't keep any logs that could 
identify a particular user. We do take some safe measurements of how the 
network functions, which you can check out at <mark><a 
href=\"https://metrics.torproject.org/\";>​Tor Metrics</a></mark>.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-7": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-7",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-7",
+    "misc-7": {
+       "id": "#misc-7",
+       "control": "misc-7",
        "title": "Does Tor Project offer email service or other privacy 
protecting web services?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">No, we don't provide any online 
services. A list of all of our software projects can be found on our <mark><a 
href=\"https://www.torproject.org/projects/projects.html.en\";>​projects 
page</a></mark>.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-8": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-8",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-8",
+    "misc-8": {
+       "id": "#misc-8",
+       "control": "misc-8",
        "title": "Can I use the Tor logo in my product?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">You can read all about that on our 
<mark><a 
href=\"https://www.torproject.org/docs/trademark-faq.html\";>​Trademark faq 
page</a></mark>.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-9": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-9",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-9",
+    "misc-9": {
+       "id": "#misc-9",
+       "control": "misc-9",
        "title": "I'm having a problem updating or using Vidalia.",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Vidalia is no longer maintained or 
supported. A large portion of the features Vidalia offered have now been 
integrated into Tor Browser itself.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-10": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-10",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-10",
+    "misc-10": {
+       "id": "#misc-10",
+       "control": "misc-10",
        "title": "Does the Tor Project offer hosting?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">No, the Tor Project does not offer 
hosting services.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-11": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-11",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-11",
+    "misc-11": {
+       "id": "#misc-11",
+       "control": "misc-11",
        "title": "Can I change the number of hops Tor uses?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Right now the path length is 
hard-coded at 3 plus the number of nodes in your path that are sensitive. That 
is, in normal cases it's 3, but for example if you're accessing an onion 
service or a \".exit\" address it could be more.</p><p class=\"mb-3\"We don't 
want to encourage people to use paths longer than this as it increases load on 
the network without (as far as we can tell) providing any more security. Also, 
using paths longer than 3 could harm anonymity, first because it makes<mark><a 
href=\"https://www.freehaven.net/anonbib/#ccs07-doa\";>denial of 
security</a></mark> ttacks easier, and second because it could act as an 
identifier if only a small number of users have the same path length as 
you.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-12": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-12",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-12",
+    "misc-12": {
+       "id": "#misc-12",
+       "control": "misc-12",
        "title": "How can I share files anonymously through Tor?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Many exit nodes are configured to 
block certain types of file sharing traffic, such as bittorrent. Bittorrent in 
specific is <mark><a 
href=\"https://blog.torproject.org/bittorrent-over-tor-isnt-good-idea\";>​not 
anonymous over Tor</a></mark>.</p><p class=\"mb-3\">For sharing files through 
Tor, ​<mark><a href=\"https://onionshare.org/\";>OnionShare</a></mark> is a 
good option.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-13": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-13",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-13",
+    "misc-13": {
+       "id": "#misc-13",
+       "control": "misc-13",
        "title": "Can I use a VPN with Tor?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Generally speaking, we don't 
recommend using a VPN with Tor unless you're an advanced user who knows how to 
configure both in a way that doesn't compromise your privacy. You can find more 
detailed information about Tor + VPN at <mark><a 
href=\"https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TorPlusVPN\";>​our 
wiki</a></mark>.</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-14": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-14",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-14",
+    "misc-14": {
+       "id": "#misc-14",
+       "control": "misc-14",
        "title": "How do I volunteer with Tor Project?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Please see our <mark><a 
href=\"https://www.torproject.org/getinvolved/volunteer.html.en\";>​volunteer 
page</a></mark> for how to get involved!</p>"
     },
-    "miscellaneus-15": {
-       "id": "#miscellaneus-15",
-       "control": "miscellaneus-15",
+    "misc-15": {
+       "id": "#misc-15",
+       "control": "misc-15",
        "title": "How can I donate to Tor Project?",
        "description": "<p class=\"mb-3\">Thank you for your support! You can 
find more information about donating on our <mark><a 
href=\"https://donate.torproject.org/donor-faq\";>​donor FAQe</a></mark>.</p>"
      }

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