I was wondering if anyone has heard or used either Impredia or Tails. The former is a Fedora based distro that uses the I2P network and the later uses tor. Both seem good, though Tails seems more well known.
Tails 0.22.1 RC1 a live system that aims to preserve your privacy and that helps you use the Internet anonymously, has been officially released and is available for testing.The developers of Tails have issued a request to the community to download and test the version and to provide feedback.Highlights of Tails 0.22.1 RC1:• NSS has been updated to version 3.14.5-1~bpo60+1;• Checking for
Tails, version 0.8 has been released 2 days ago, with some updates on his main packages.
Tails it's a Debian tailored for anonymity and privacy, to achieve this all outgoing connections to the Internet are forced to go through Tor
Tails, a live system that aims to preserve your privacy and that helps you use the Internet anonymously, is now at version 0.20 RC1. As usual, the developers of Tails have implemented a brand new Linux kernel and updates for a lot of packages.