Tails 4.1 Anonymous OS Released with Latest Tor Browser, Linux Kernel 5.3.9
The Tails project released today Tails 4.1, a monthly update to their Debian-based amnesic incognito live system (also known as Anonymous OS) that brings all the latest software updates and various improvements.
Coming five weeks after Tails OS 4.0, a major release based on the latest Debian GNU/Linux 10 “Buster” operating system series, Tails OS 4.1 is here with a new default OpenPGP key server, namely https://keys.openpgp.org/, which the project says is “more trustworthy than other OpenPGP public key servers.”
According to the Tails developers, the new default OpenPGP key server doesn’t distribute third-party signatures, references OpenPGP public keys only after sending a confirmation email to the addresses listed in the key, and also blocks OpenPGP certificate flooding attacks.
Tails OS 4.1 also comes with various updated components, among which we can me… (read more)