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[liberationtech] Ubuntu Privacy Remix remix?
d.nix at comcast.net
Tue Nov 5 15:09:12 PST 2013
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On 11/5/2013 2:35 PM, anon14959 at Safe-mail.net wrote:
> It's about making a box really offline. Privacy is just part of
> the name of the distro from my example. Privacy is coming anyway.
> Security is about not getting my computer stolen. And for that I
> want to have full disk encryption.
I would heartily second Whonix then; You run whatever OS you like on
the box that will support VirtualBox, and then Whonix runs two
customized Debian VM's inside that, with one being a Tor gateway, and
the other configured to *only* talk to that gateway. You can run full
disk encryption on the hardware and everything is locked down tight.
For the uber paranoid, you could install your VM's and Whonix inside a
TrueCrypt hidden volume and *nothing* will show short of a major
forensics tear down of your physical device - or crappy OPSEC on your
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