1New Tails 3.0 Privacy-Focused Linux Based on Debian 9 Stretch
A major new release of Tails Linux debuted on June 13, providing users with updated features and improved security. TAILS is an acronym for The Amnesic Incognito Live System, which is a privacy focused Linux distribution loaded with tools to help keep users stay somewhat anonymous on the internet. Tails first rose to prominence in 2013 as the Linux distribution used by U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden. The new Tails 3.0 is a a major milestone thanks to the fact that distribution has now been re-built on top of the Debian 9 Stretch Linux distribution code. Tails 3.0 drops support for older 32-bit systems in an effort to provide stronger security controls. This slide show examines key features of the Tails 3.0 release.
2Tails 3.0 is Based on Debian 9 Stretch
3Tails Greeter Updates the Startup Experience
4MAC Address Spoofing is Default
5The GNOME Desktop Has Updated Black Theme
6Tails 3 Only Runs on 64-bit Systems
7Updated Tor Browser
8Tails Fixes Security Vulnerabilities
Tails 3.0 is also a security update and fixes updates multiple tools and software packages for security vulnerabilities.