How to obtain Debian Linux with full SHA512SUM verification

The Crypto Dad walks you through the process of downloading and verifying Debian Linux. The Net install image is downloaded along with the ShaSum files. Using Gpg for Windows, we run through the download and verification process. Then we verify the check sum to insure that the installer has been downloaded without any corruption or alteration.
This is a very important step in building a secure operating system that will be the foundation of our secure system that will give us optimal privacy and security.
Important software used is:

Debian Linux

Specifically Gpg4Win.
We also cover some of the popular software that employs encryption.
MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility
MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility
Or the online version:
(does not include sha512sum!)

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11 thoughts on “How to obtain Debian Linux with full SHA512SUM verification

  1. Just downloaded Q4OS 4.7.1 Trinity and all they have as a check is MD5SUM (which checked out using gtkhash) and if that is all there is listed on their site (q4os) then whatta gonna do? Grin and bare(bear?) it right?

  2. how is http safer than torrent in this case, because they ask us to download through torrent, to spare their servers (sorry for my bad english, grammarly is not active….). I mean, is a safe source, no? not like pirate bay or something. do i need vpn?

  3. Sir i have a question about downloading debian first of all i didnt verify it im sorry for dat that i didnt follow ur tutorial i didnt have time i just lunched the download nd left any way what i found is the Rufus didnt wanna make any bootable usb cuz of sth wrong, when i opened the iso i didnt find any bootable directory like what i found in ubuntu and kali so if this is the problem can you tell me how to fix it, for ex: adding the boot files manually nd how to get em or its another problem? Thx so much for your tutorials ^^

  4. When I use the gpg command in windows 10, I get The term 'gpg' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program.

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