Announce: The (Amnesic) Incognito Live System 0.6.2

anonym anonym at
Fri Jan 21 14:58:40 UTC 2011


The (Amnesic) Incognito Live System, version 0.6.2, is out.

This is a bugfix-only release mainly aimed at fixing serious security
issues in bundled software. All users must upgrade as soon as possible.

What is it?

T(A)ILS is a Live system aimed at preserving your privacy and

- all outgoing connections to the Internet are forced to go through
  the Tor network;
- no trace is left on local storage devices unless explicitly asked.


Get it, try it, share it!

Try it! [1] Any comments are most welcome. Please note you'll need to
install the CACert root certificate [2] into your web browser before
connecting to our web site... unless you use Debian.


What's new?

 - Tor resolves a bug that probably allows remote code
   execution; see the Tor project blog post [3] for details.
 - Kernel bump to Debian squeeze's 2.6.32-30 (fixes several CVEs [4])
 - Other software upgrades fix grave bugs, some of these with serious
   security implications.
 - Upgrade Claws Mail to 3.7.6 (new backport).
 - Install Liferea, tcpdump and tcpflow.
 - Seahorse: use hkp:// transport as it does not support hkps://.
 - FireGPG: use hkps:// to connect to the configured keyserver.

See the online Changelog [5] for more details.


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