Tails 3.5 Anonymous OS Released to Mitigate Spectre Vulnerability for AMD CPUs
Tails, the open-source Linux-based operating system designed to protect user’s privacy while surfing the Internet, also known as Anonymous OS, was updated today to version 3.5.
Coming only two weeks after the Tails 3.4 release, which included patches for the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities publicly disclosed earlier this month, today’s Tails 3.5 update is here to bump the Linux kernel to version 4.14.13 and include the microcode firmware for AMD CPUs to mitigate the Spectre flaw.
Tails 3.4 included partial mitigation for the Spectre security vulnerability, but now it’s been patched for AMD processors too with the Tails 3.5 update. If in doubt, you can alw… (read more)
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