Tails, a live system that aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity and that helps you use the Internet anonymously, is now at version 0.13.
Tails 0.13 has just arrived and it features a lot of changes and even a new Linux kernel.
Highlights of Tails 0.13:
· Linux kernel was updated to version 3.2.23-1;
· A white-list/principle of least privileged approach for local services is now used;
· Users can now modify the language and layout in the "Advanced options" screen of the greeter;
· Windows XP camouflage now features four workspaces;
· Claws Mail now saves local/POP emails in its dot-directory by default instead of the non-persistent ~/Mail directory;
· Support for wireless regulation has been added.
A complete changelog can be found in the official announcement.
Download Tails 0.13 right now from Softpedia.