More Dicking With The NSA

Privacy-focused Debian 9 ‘Stretch’ Linux-based operating system Tails 3.0 reaches RC status by Brian Fagioli.

From the post:

If you want to keep the government and other people out of your business when surfing the web, Tails is an excellent choice. The Linux-based operating system exists solely for privacy purposes. It is designed to run from read-only media such as a DVD, so that there are limited possibilities of leaving a trail. Of course, even though it isn’t ideal, you can run it from a USB flash drive too, as optical drives have largely fallen out of favor with consumers.

Today, Tails achieves an important milestone. Version 3.0 reaches RC status — meaning the first release candidate (RC1). In other words, it may soon be ready for a stable release — if testing confirms as much. If you want to test it and provide feedback, you can download the ISO now.

Fagioli covers some of the details but the real story is this:

The sooner testers (that can include you) confirm the stability, etc., of Tails Version 3.0 (RC1), the sooner it can be released for general use.

In part, the release schedule for Tails Version 3.0 (RC1) depends on you.

Your response?

Check Fagoli’s post for links to the release and docs.

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