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GitHubified the README - Thanks bigben87
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1 1 FireGPG
  2 +=======
2 3
3   -FireGPG is no longer supported. It's original author abandoned the project.
  4 +FireGPG is no longer supported, the original author abandoned the project. See: [blog.getfiregpg.org/discontinued](http://blog.getfiregpg.org/2010/06/07/firegpg-discontinued/)
4 5
5 6 We simply grabbed a copy of the code and made it available on GitHub.
6 7
7   -People considering using FireGPG may want to read the following article:
8   -
9   -https://tails.boum.org/doc/encryption_and_privacy/FireGPG_susceptible_to_devastating_attacks/
  8 +Known Vulnerabilities
  9 +---------------------
10 10
  11 +People considering using FireGPG should consider the following article: [tails.boum.org/FireGPG_susceptible_to_devastating_attacks/](https://tails.boum.org/doc/encryption_and_privacy/FireGPG_susceptible_to_devastating_attacks/)
11 12
  13 +Compatibility
  14 +-------------
12 15
13 16 This extension is compatible with Firefox 3 and above, on Windows, MacOS and Linux platforms.
14 17
15   -If members of the community want to submit patches, they will be accepted, but we will not
16   -be performing much (if any) testing on them.
17   -
18   -Several people from the FireGPG community have banded together and are working on two
19   -new projects. One is a replacement for FireGPG that will apparently initially target
20   -the Chrome web browser from Google and then be released for Firefox.
21   -The second is gpgAuth which is available for Chrome. (https://github.com/gpgauth)
22   -
23   -===============
24 18 Build the XPI
25   -===============
  19 +-------------
  20 +
26 21 You can build an XPI for installation by running the build.sh script located in this folder.
27 22
28 23 For development you should do the following:
29   - 1. Unzip the entire contents of this package to somewhere,
30   - e.g, c:\dev or /home/user/dev
31   - 2. Put the full path to the folder (e.g. c:\dev\firegpg on
32   - Windows, /home/user/dev/firegpg on Linux) in a file named
33   - firegpg@firegpg.team and copy that file to
34   - [your profile folder]\extensions\
35   - 3. Restart Firefox.
36 24
  25 +1. Unzip the entire contents of this package to somewhere,
  26 + e.g, c:\dev or /home/user/dev
  27 +2. Put the full path to the folder (e.g. c:\dev\firegpg on
  28 + Windows, /home/user/dev/firegpg on Linux) in a file named
  29 + firegpg@firegpg.team and copy that file to
  30 + [your profile folder]\extensions\
  31 +3. Restart Firefox.
  32 +
  33 +Contributing
  34 +------------
  35 +
  36 +Pull Requests are welcome and they will be accepted, but we will not be performing much (if any) testing on them.
  37 +
  38 +See Also
  39 +--------
  40 +
  41 +Several people from the FireGPG community have banded together and are working on two
  42 +new projects. One is a replacement for FireGPG that will apparently initially target
  43 +the Chrome web browser from Google and then be released for Firefox.
  44 +The second is gpgAuth which is available for Chrome. (https://github.com/gpgauth)

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