commit 0974512eae0a87991aaa674e19aac9431cf2c92c
Author: Translation commit bot <>
Date:   Tue Jun 12 18:55:49 2018 +0000

    Removing da_DK
 da_DK/https-everywhere.dtd        |  53 --------------------
 da_DK/ |   8 ---
 da_DK/ssl-observatory.dtd         | 101 --------------------------------------
 3 files changed, 162 deletions(-)

diff --git a/da_DK/https-everywhere.dtd b/da_DK/https-everywhere.dtd
deleted file mode 100644
index 0bbb1fee4..000000000
--- a/da_DK/https-everywhere.dtd
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,53 +0,0 @@
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.title "About HTTPS Everywhere">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.ext_name "HTTPS Everywhere">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.ext_description "Encrypt the Web! 
Automatically use HTTPS security on many sites.">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.version "Version">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.created_by "Created by">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.and ", and">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.librarians "Ruleset Librarians">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.thanks "Thanks to">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.many_contributors "Many many contributors, 
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.noscript "Also, portions of HTTPS Everywhere 
are based on code from NoScript, by Giorgio Maone and others.  We are grateful 
for their excellent work!">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.contribute  "If you like HTTPS Everywhere, you 
might consider">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.donate_tor "Donating to Tor">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.tor_lang_code "en">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.or "or">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.about.donate_eff "Donating to EFF">
-<!ENTITY "About HTTPS Everywhere">
-<!ENTITY "SSL Observatory Preferences">
-<!ENTITY "Enable HTTPS Everywhere">
-<!ENTITY "Disable HTTPS Everywhere">
-<!ENTITY "Block all HTTP requests">
-<!ENTITY "Show Counter">
-<!ENTITY "View All Rules">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.title "HTTPS Everywhere Preferences">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.enable_all "Enable All">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.disable_all "Disable All">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.reset_defaults "Reset to Defaults">
-<!ENTITY "Search">
-<!ENTITY "Site">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.notes "Notes">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.list_caption "Which HTTPS redirection rules 
should apply?">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.enabled "Enabled">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.ruleset_howto "You can learn how to write your 
own rulesets (to add support for other web sites)">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.here_link "here">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.toggle "Toggle">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.reset_default "Reset to Default">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.prefs.view_xml_source "View XML Source">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.source.downloading "Downloading">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.source.filename "Filename">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.source.unable_to_download "Unable to download 
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.popup.title "HTTPS Everywhere 4.0development.11 
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.popup.paragraph1 "Oops. You were using the stable 
version of HTTPS Everywhere, but we might have accidentally upgraded you to the 
development version in our last release.">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.popup.paragraph2 "Would you like to go back to 
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.popup.paragraph3 "We'd love it if you continued 
using our development release and helped us make HTTPS Everywhere better! You 
might find there are a few more bugs here and there, which you can report to Sorry about the inconvenience, and thank you for 
using HTTPS Everywhere.">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.popup.keep "Keep me on the development version">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.popup.revert "Download the latest stable version">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.ruleset-tests.status_title "HTTPS Everywhere Ruleset 
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.ruleset-tests.status_cancel_button "Cancel">
-<!ENTITY https-everywhere.ruleset-tests.status_start_button "Start">
diff --git a/da_DK/ 
deleted file mode 100644
index be838311a..000000000
--- a/da_DK/
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@ = Enable HTTPS Everywhere = Disable HTTPS Everywhere = Enable / Disable Rules = (No Rules for This Page) = (Rules for This Page Unknown)
-https-everywhere.toolbar.hint = HTTPS Everywhere is now active. You can toggle 
it on a site-by-site basis by clicking the icon in the address bar.
-https-everywhere.migration.notification0 = In order to implement a crucial 
fix, this update resets your HTTPS Everywhere rule preferences to their default 
values. = Run HTTPS Everywhere Ruleset Tests
diff --git a/da_DK/ssl-observatory.dtd b/da_DK/ssl-observatory.dtd
deleted file mode 100644
index 69f1cfd69..000000000
--- a/da_DK/ssl-observatory.dtd
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,101 +0,0 @@
-<!-- Observatory popup window -->
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.popup.details "Details and Privacy Information">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.popup.later "Ask Me Later">
-<!ENTITY "No">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.popup.text "HTTPS Everywhere can detect attacks
-against your browser by sending the certificates you receive to the
-Observatory.  Turn this on?">
-<!--<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.popup.text 
-"EFF's SSL Observatory can detect attacks against HTTPS websites by collecting
-and auditing the certificates being presented to your browser. Would you like
-to turn it on?">-->
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.popup.title 
-"Should HTTPS Everywhere use the SSL Observatory?">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.popup.yes "Yes">
-<!-- Observatory preferences dialog -->
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.adv_priv_opts1
-"It is safe to enable this, unless you use a very
-intrusive corporate network:">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.adv_priv_opts2
-"Safe, unless you use a corporate network with secret intranet server names:">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.alt_roots 
-"Submit and check certificates signed by non-standard root CAs">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.alt_roots_tooltip 
-"It is safe (and a good idea) to enable this option, unless you use an 
intrusive corporate network or Kaspersky antivirus software that monitors your 
browsing with a TLS proxy and a private root Certificate Authority.  If enabled 
on such a network, this option might publish evidence of which https:// domains 
were being visited through that proxy, because of the unique certificates it 
would produce.  So we leave it off by default.">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.anonymous "Check certificates using Tor for 
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.anonymous_unavailable 
-"Check certificates using Tor for anonymity (requires Tor)">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.anonymous_tooltip 
-"This option requires Tor to be installed and running">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.asn 
-"When you see a new certificate, tell the Observatory which ISP you are 
connected to">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.asn_tooltip
-"This will fetch and send the &quot;Autonomous System number&quot; of your 
network.  This will help us locate attacks against HTTPS, and to determine 
whether we have observations from networks in places like Iran and Syria where 
attacks are comparatively common.">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.show_cert_warning
-"Show a warning when the Observatory detects a revoked certificate not caught 
by your browser">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.show_cert_warning_tooltip
-"This will check submitted certificates against known Certificate Revocation 
Lists. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that we will flag every revoked 
certificate, but if you do see a warning there's a good chance something is 
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.done "Done">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.explanation 
-"HTTPS Everywhere can use EFF's SSL Observatory.  This does two things: (1)
-sends copies of HTTPS certificates to the Observatory, to help us
-detect 'man in the middle' attacks and improve the Web's security; and (2)
-lets us warn you about insecure connections or attacks on your browser.">
-<!--<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.explanation2
-"When you visit, the Observatory will learn that
-somebody visited that site, but will not know who or what page they looked at.
-Mouseover the options for further details:">-->
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.explanation2
-"For example, when you visit, the certificate
-received by the Observatory will indicate that somebody visited, but not who visited the site, or what specific page they
-looked at.  Mouseover the options for further details:">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.hide "Hide advanced options">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.nonanon 
-"Check certificates even if Tor is not available">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.nonanon_tooltip
-"We will still try to keep the data anonymous, but this option is less secure">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.priv_dns 
-"Submit and check certificates for non-public DNS names">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.priv_dns_tooltip
-"Unless this option is checked, the Observatory will not record certificates 
for names that it cannot resolve through the DNS system.">
-<!ENTITY "Show advanced options">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.title "SSL Observatory Preferences">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.use "Use the Observatory?">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.warning.title "WARNING from EFF's SSL Observatory">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.warning.showcert "Show the certificate chain">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.warning.okay "I understand">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.warning.text "EFF's SSL Observatory has issued a 
warning about the HTTPS certificiate(s) for this site:">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.warning.defense "If you are logged in to this site, 
it may be advisable to change your password once you have a safe connection. 
(These warnings can be disabled in the &quot;SSL Observatory&quot; tab of the 
HTTPS Everywhere preferences dialog.)">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.self_signed
-"Submit and check self-signed certificates">
-<!ENTITY ssl-observatory.prefs.self_signed_tooltip
-"This is recommended; cryptographic problems are especially common in 
self-signed embedded devices">

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