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Translation of Stable Readme (latest release): Dutch

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Now that we've verified the blog, we'll assign you a Blog ID and an API Access Key. These will be automatically added to your configuration panel via the registration panel, plus they will be sent to your administrator email address. We will use these two strings for identifying your blog and to ensure that information isn't tampered either en-route to us. It will also be used by your blog to verify that translated content posted back to your blog is legitimate. Again, we use an encryption technique called hashing. Whenever your blog sends a translation request to us or we send translated content back to you, we create a signature (or hash) of that content PLUS the API Access Key (if you're really interested in details, using the SHA-1 algorithm). Provided that the API Access Key is kept secret, this technique is extremely secure and resistant to tampering. The odds of a malicious person guessing your API key are astronomical : more than 1 in 10^229. However, as with any password, security depends on keeping it secret. If at any time, you think that your key has been compromised, GTS will deactivate the current key and issue you a new one. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Now that we've verified the blog, we'll assign you a Blog ID and an API Access Key. These will be automatically added to your configuration panel via the registration panel, plus they will be sent to your administrator email address. We will use these two strings for identifying your blog and to ensure that information isn't tampered either en-route to us. It will also be used by your blog to verify that translated content posted back to your blog is legitimate. Again, we use an encryption technique called hashing. Whenever your blog sends a translation request to us or we send translated content back to you, we create a signature (or hash) of that content PLUS the API Access Key (if you're really interested in details, using the SHA-1 algorithm). Provided that the API Access Key is kept secret, this technique is extremely secure and resistant to tampering. The odds of a malicious person guessing your API key are astronomical : more than 1 in 10^229. However, as with any password, security depends on keeping it secret. If at any time, you think that your key has been compromised, GTS will deactivate the current key and issue you a new one.
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