Tails 4.20 has landed with a new Tor Connection assistant making it easier to get connected to Tor using a bridge. It also includes a major update to OnionShare which lets you host onion websites.
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The Tails project has released Tails 4.19. Unfortunately, in-built Tor Bridges that were being tested were not included but should be released with Tails 4.20 which is due in mid-July.
Tails 4.18 has been released and users on older versions have been told to upgrade as soon as possible. This update includes several changes and comes with important security patches.
Tails 4.17 has been made available to the public. It includes several changes that make upgrading to a new version less problematic. It also features important updates for the Tor Browser.
Tails OS 4.15 has just been released bringing very important security updates for the Tor Browser. It also adds support for more hardware with the inclusion of the newer Linux 5.9.15 kernel.
The Tails project has integrated the ISO verification process into its website, replacing a browser extension. It has hopes that this will increase the number of ISO verifications, boosting security.
The Tails project has released Tails 4.5. This new version patches two actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities in the Tor Browser and brings support for booting on Secure Boot-enabled computers.
Tails OS 4.4 has just been released. It fixes several security issues and it's advised that users upgrade immediately. Just boot Tails and connect to the net, you should be notified about the update.
Tails 4.0 has just been released and is the first to be based on Debian 10. It brings the brand new Tor Browser 9.0 and runs the Linux 5.3.2 kernel which enables support for more hardware.
Tails 3.9 has been released to coincide with the release of Tor Browser 8.0. The security-focused operating system brings several changes which make it more friendly to use, and more useful.
The anonymity operating system, Tails, has been bumped to version 3.6. The new release brings a new lock screen and a PDF metadata stripper. Popular packages have also been updated to newer versions.
The Linux distribution, Tails, which focuses on privacy, has been bumped to version 3.5. The update brings Tor Browser 7.5 and a new Linux kernel which mitigates more fully against Spectre.
The Tails operating system has been upgraded to version 3.4. It's quite important that users upgrade to this release as it fixes Meltdown and partially fixes the Spectre vulnerability.
The team behind the privacy-oriented Linux distribution, Tails, has released a new update. Tails 3.2 comes with Linux Kernel 4.12.12 which supports NVIDIA Maxwell graphics cards and other hardware.
The Tails 3.2 release candidate has been released with the update bringing support for more hardware and a few new changes to the Tails Installer. The BlueBorne malware issue has also been addressed.
The team behind the anonymity operating system, Tails, released a new update for users to take advantage of. Unfortunately, automatic upgrades from Tails 3.0.1 have been disabled.
Tail 3.0 has been released. It is the first version of the privacy OS to be based on the upcoming Debian 9. Tails 3.0 brings a new greeter, the culmination of three years work and updated software.
The maintainers of the privacy-oriented OS, Tails, have announced that with the release of Tails 3.0, computers with 32-bit processors will no longer be supported. Tails 3.0 is due June 13, 2017.
Mozilla has updated its Firefox browser to fix a bug that exposes Tor users. The bug so far has only been leveraged against Windows users but technically affects users running OS X or Linux too.
Tails 2.0-rc1 has been released with about two weeks to go before the final release is made available for download. Tails 2.0 brings many new features including a new core - Debian 8.
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