@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@
.B -c <filename>
Configuration file. Command-line options, if used, override its single options or are added at the top of the
list for multi options (tunnels, parent proxies, etc) with the exception of ACLs, which are completely
-overriden. Use \fI/dev/null\fP to disable any config file.
+overridden. Use \fI/dev/null\fP to disable any config file.
.B -D IP/mask\ \ \ \ (Deny)
@@ -191,7 +191,7 @@
.B -L [<saddr>:]<lport>:<rhost>:<rport>\ \ \ \ (Tunnel)
Tunnel definition. The syntax is the same as in OpenSSH's local forwarding (\fB-L\fP), with a new optional
-prefix, \fIsaddr\fP - the source IP address to bind the \fIlport\fP to. \fBCntlm\fP will listen for incomming
+prefix, \fIsaddr\fP - the source IP address to bind the \fIlport\fP to. \fBCntlm\fP will listen for incoming
connections on the local port \fIlport\fP, forwarding every new connection through the parent proxy to the
\fIrhost\fP:\fIrport\fP (authenticating on the go). This option can be used multiple times for unlimited
number of tunnels, with or without the \fIsaddr\fP option. See \fB-g\fP for the details concerning local port