Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 15th Feb 2016 22:38 UTC, submitted by Anonymous
Debian and its clones

Tails (The amnesic incognito live system) is a live OS based on Debian GNU/Linux which aims at preserving the user's privacy and anonymity by using the Internet anonymously and circumventing censorship. Installed on a USB device, it is configured to leave no trace on the computer you are using unless asked explicitly.

As of today, the people the most needy for digital security are not computer experts. Being able to get started easily with a new tool is critical to its adoption, and even more in high-risk and stressful environments. That's why we wanted to make it faster, simpler, and more secure to install Tails for new users.

One of the components of Tails, the Tails Installer is now in Debian thanks to the Debian Privacy Tools Maintainers Team.

On a related note, Tails 2.0.1 was released a few days ago as well.

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RE: Comment by Trenien
by patrix on Tue 16th Feb 2016 12:06 UTC in reply to "Comment by Trenien"
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"Tails Installer is a graphical tool to install or upgrade Tails on a USB stick from an ISO image. It aims at making it easier and faster to get Tails up and running."

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