Tails 2.11 Anonymous Live CD Is the Last to Support the I2P Anonymizing Network

  • Post Updated: April 3, 2024

The development team behind the popular Tails amnesic incognito live system based on Debian GNU/Linux, which ex-CIA employee Edward Snowden used to stay hidden online, announced today the general availability of Tails 2.11.

Coming one and a half months after the release of Tails 2.10, the new version appears to be the last to ship with the I2P anonymizing network software. I2P 0.9.25 is included in Tails 2.11, and it’s already a very old version. The decision was taken because the Tails team don’t have the time to maintain I2P in their distribution.

“Maintaining software like I2P well-integrated in Tails takes time and effort and our team is too busy with other priorities,” explain the Tails developers. “Unfortunately, we failed to find a developer outside of our team to maintain I2P in Tails. As a consequence, the last version of I2P being shipped in Tails is 0.9.25.”

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