Whonix: An Operating System Where IP & DNS Leaks Are Impossible

Whonix is an operating system focused on anonymity and security. It’s based on the Tor anonymity network, Debian GNU/Linux and security by isolation. In Whonix, DNS leaks are impossible, and not even malware with root privileges can find out the user’s real IP. Whonix consists of two virtual machines on a separate, isolated virtual network. […]

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Chromium: An Open-Source Chrome Browser

Chromium is an open-source version of the Chrome Browser by Google. While I recommend Firefox as the most reliable browser for privacy enthusiasts, Chromium is probably a reasonable alternative for everyday web browsing. Chromium does have the advantage of being a speedier than Firefox in certain areas. Here is a comparison chart and a technical

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TretFlix Released: Pre-Installed Usenet Tools

Tretflix is a pre-installed and pre-configured application and OS environment that runs on any standard x86 desktop or server. It runs inside a virtual machine (such as the free VMWare ESXi v5.0+). It contains popular Usenet tools configured for an easy “out of the box” user experience. When combined with the built-in Plex Media Server,

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How To Make Your Linux and VPNs Installs Easier

If you want to get started with VPNs and Linux without a lot of hassle, here are some recommendations: Get A Pre-Configured VPN Router A pre-configured VPN router can provide all your computers and mobile devices with encrypted internet connections. You won’t have to install a VPN client on each device, and all your devices

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