This release is an emergency release to fix a critical security vulnerability in Tor Browser.

It also fixes other security vulnerabilities. You should upgrade as soon as possible.

Changes

New features

Upgrades and changes

  • Update Tor Browser to 8.0.8.

For more details, read our changelog.

Known issues

Electrum is outdated and cannot connect to servers

Electrum in Tails cannot connect anymore to Electrum servers.

The version of Electrum in Tails is vulnerable to a phishing attack that tricks people in updating to a malicious version of Electrum which is not distributed from the official Electrum website.

You are safe unless you try to do the malicious update manually.

To prevent this phishing attack, all trustworthy Electrum servers now prevent older versions from connecting to them.

Unfortunately, newer versions of Electrum are not available in Debian and cannot be integrated easily in Tails. Given the lack of maintenance of Electrum in Debian, we are still assessing what is best to do in Tails.

Until then, your wallet is not lost and you can restore it from its seed using an up-to-date version of Electrum outside of Tails.

Tails fails to start a second time on some computers (#16389)

On some computers, after installing Tails to a USB stick, Tails starts a first time but fails to start a second time. In some cases, only BIOS (Legacy) was affected and the USB stick was not listed in the Boot Menu.

We are still investigating the issue, so if it happens to you, please report your findings by email to tails-testers@boum.org. Mention the model of the computer and the USB stick. This mailing list is archived publicly.

To fix this issue:

  1. Reinstall your USB stick using the same installation method.

  2. Start Tails for the first time and set up an administration password.

  3. Choose Applications ▸ System Tools ▸ Root Terminal to open a Root Terminal.

  4. Execute the following command:

    sgdisk --recompute-chs /dev/bilibop

You can also test an experimental image:

  1. Download the .img file from our development server.

  2. Install it using the same installation methods.

    We don't provide any OpenPGP signature or other verification technique for this test image. Please only use it for testing.

See the list of long-standing issues.

Get Tails 3.13.1

To upgrade your Tails USB stick and keep your persistent storage

  • Automatic upgrades are available from 3.12, 3.12.1, and 3.13 to 3.13.1.

  • If you cannot do an automatic upgrade or if Tails fails to start after an automatic upgrade, please try to do a manual upgrade.

To install Tails on a new USB stick

Follow our installation instructions:

All the data on this USB stick will be lost.

To download only

If you don't need installation or upgrade instructions, you can directly download Tails 3.13.1:

What's coming up?

Tails 3.14 is scheduled for May 14.

Have a look at our roadmap to see where we are heading to.

We need your help and there are many ways to contribute to Tails (donating is only one of them). Come talk to us!

Posted 2019-03-23 Tags:

This release fixes many security vulnerabilities. You should upgrade as soon as possible.

Changes

Upgrades and changes

  • Add support for the Bopomofo input method for Chinese using the Chewing library and improve support for the Pinyin input method. (#11292)

    If you still have problems typing in Bopomofo or Pinyin, please let us know on tails-testers@boum.org (public mailing list) or tails-bugs@boum.org (private email).

  • Save a backup of the configuration of the persistent storage every time it is modified. (#16461)

    This will help us understand and solve why sometimes all the settings of the persistent storage disappear. (#10976)

  • Update Tor Browser to 8.0.7.

  • Update Tor to 0.3.5.8.

  • Update Thunderbird to 65.1.0.

  • Update Linux to 4.19.28.

  • Update the Intel microcode to 3.20180807a.2, which fixes more variants of the Spectre, Meltdown, and Level 1 Terminal Fault (L1TF) vulnerabilities.

Fixed problems

  • Prevent Additional Software from downloading packages that are already saved in the persistent storage. (#15957)

  • Fix the localization of Tor Launcher, the application to configure a Tor bridge or a local proxy. (#16338)

  • Fix accessibility when opening Tor Browser from a desktop notification. (#16475)

  • Fix WhisperBack crashing when additional APT repositories is configured. (#16563)

For more details, read our changelog.

Known issues

Electrum is outdated and cannot connect to servers

Electrum in Tails cannot connect anymore to Electrum servers.

The version of Electrum in Tails is vulnerable to a phishing attack that tricks people in updating to a malicious version of Electrum which is not distributed from the official Electrum website.

You are safe unless you try to do the malicious update manually.

To prevent this phishing attack, all trustworthy Electrum servers now prevent older versions from connecting to them.

Unfortunately, newer versions of Electrum are not available in Debian and cannot be integrated easily in Tails. Given the lack of maintenance of Electrum in Debian, we are still assessing what is best to do in Tails.

Until then, your wallet is not lost and you can restore it from its seed using an up-to-date version of Electrum outside of Tails.

Tails fails to start a second time on some computers (#16389)

On some computers, after installing Tails to a USB stick, Tails starts a first time but fails to start a second time. In some cases, only BIOS (Legacy) was affected and the USB stick was not listed in the Boot Menu.

We are still investigating the issue, so if it happens to you, please report your findings by email to tails-testers@boum.org. Mention the model of the computer and the USB stick. This mailing list is archived publicly.

To fix this issue:

  1. Reinstall your USB stick using the same installation method.

  2. Start Tails for the first time and set up an administration password.

  3. Choose Applications ▸ System Tools ▸ Root Terminal to open a Root Terminal.

  4. Execute the following command:

    sgdisk --recompute-chs /dev/bilibop

You can also test an experimental image:

  1. Download the .img file from our development server.

  2. Install it using the same installation methods.

    We don't provide any OpenPGP signature or other verification technique for this test image. Please only use it for testing.

See the list of long-standing issues.

Get Tails 3.13

To upgrade your Tails USB stick and keep your persistent storage

  • Automatic upgrades are available from 3.11, 3.12~rc1, 3.12, and 3.12.1 to 3.13.

  • If you cannot do an automatic upgrade or if Tails fails to start after an automatic upgrade, please try to do a manual upgrade.

To install Tails on a new USB stick

Follow our installation instructions:

All the data on this USB stick will be lost.

To download only

If you don't need installation or upgrade instructions, you can directly download Tails 3.13:

What's coming up?

Tails 3.14 is scheduled for May 14.

Have a look at our roadmap to see where we are heading to.

We need your help and there are many ways to contribute to Tails (donating is only one of them). Come talk to us!

Posted 2019-03-19 Tags:

Here is a summary of what happened in Tails land in February, 2019.

This month has seen the highest number of Tails boots per day ever: 27% more than a year ago! This is motivating: it confirms that Tails is useful and relevant.

Releases

Code

  • We have coordinated with the Tor Browser team wrt. the scope and timeline of upcoming big changes that will impact our work.

  • We have implemented a potential fix and a mitigation measure for a longstanding bug: persistence.conf sometimes becomes empty. #10976, #16461

  • We have prepared a number of updates for Tails 3.13:

    • Debian Stretch 9.8 (#16462), merged
    • Linux 4.19.20 (#16458), merged
    • Tor 0.3.5 (#16348), in progress
  • We released new versions of the verification extension to fix usability and security issues:

    • Download page is not refreshed when verification extension is installed (##16078)
    • Verification extension should not be detectable as per Sjösten, and al. (#14787)
    • Updated to Forge 0.8.0.

Documentation and website

  • We improved the known issue about clock going backwards (#15599).

User experience

Hot topics on our help desk

  1. Electrum users are complaining about the fact that it may need to be upgraded. (#16421)

  2. Some people are affected by a regression with some Intel graphics cards (Braswell, Kaby Lake). #16447

  3. Partially applied automatic upgrades still cause trouble to some users. #14754

Infrastructure

  • We took one more step towards making our CI feedback loop shorter: we've ordered sample candidate hardware. Next step is to benchmark it. #15501
  • The sysadmin team met a few times to update our plans for next year.
  • We've helped upstream a solution to the dreaded ikiwiki PO vs. inlines bug. #6907
  • As part of our effort to migrate to better maintained Puppet modules, we've switched to the puppetlabs/mysql module. #15513
  • We fixed the remaining known regressions that were introduced where we migrated our website from Apache to nginx: #16220, #16259.
  • We started discussing our strategy and timeline towards migrating to GitLab. #15878

Funding

  • The 2 applications that we submitted to the NLnet NGI Zero PET project got rejected.

Outreach

Past events

  • emmapeel and sajolida attended FOSDEM in Brussels.

Upcoming events

Press and testimonials

Translations

All the website

  • de: 47% (2634) strings translated, 8% strings fuzzy, 43% words translated
  • es: 54% (3015) strings translated, 4% strings fuzzy, 45% words translated
  • fa: 34% (1876) strings translated, 11% strings fuzzy, 35% words translated
  • fr: 93% (5176) strings translated, 1% strings fuzzy, 93% words translated
  • it: 35% (1939) strings translated, 6% strings fuzzy, 30% words translated
  • pt: 27% (1516) strings translated, 8% strings fuzzy, 23% words translated

Total original words: 59517

Core pages of the website

  • de: 71% (1248) strings translated, 12% strings fuzzy, 73% words translated
  • es: 80% (1412) strings translated, 9% strings fuzzy, 81% words translated
  • fa: 34% (615) strings translated, 13% strings fuzzy, 33% words translated
  • fr: 98% (1745) strings translated, 1% strings fuzzy, 99% words translated
  • it: 63% (1107) strings translated, 17% strings fuzzy, 65% words translated
  • pt: 45% (794) strings translated, 14% strings fuzzy, 48% words translated

Total original words: 16467

Metrics

  • Tails has been started more than 725 034 times this month. This makes 25 894 boots a day on average, which is an all time record :)
  • 10 065 downloads of the OpenPGP signature of a Tails USB image or ISO from our website.
  • 71 bug reports were received through WhisperBack.

How do we know this?

Posted 2019-03-10

Releases

The following changes were introduced in Tails 3.12:

  • New installation methods
    • For macOS, the new method is much simpler as it uses a graphical tool (Etcher) instead of the command line.
    • For Windows, the new method is much faster as it doesn't require 2 USB sticks and an intermediary Tails anymore. The resulting USB stick also works better on newer computers with UEFI.
    • For Debian and Ubuntu, the new method uses a native application (GNOME Disks) and you don't have to install Tails Installer anymore.
    • For other Linux distributions, the new method is faster as it doesn't require 2 USB sticks and an intermediary Tails anymore.
  • Starting Tails should be a bit faster on most machines. (#15915)
  • Tell users to use sudo when they try to use su on the command line.
  • Fix the black screen when starting Tails with some Intel graphics cards. (#16224)

Code

  • A bunch of Foundations Team members had a sprint focused on porting Tails to Debian 10 (Buster). For details, see the full report.

Documentation and website

User experience

Hot topics on our help desk

The month started with this questions:

  1. Black screen after the boot menu with Intel GPU (i915)
  2. Partially applied incremental upgrades cause all kinds of trouble

But after the release of Tails 3.12, the hottest topics were:

  1. Regression on some Intel GPU (Braswell, Kaby Lake)
  2. Electrum Phishing Attack - Upstream Fix Committed

Infrastructure

  • Our infrastructure was targeted by a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that caused a couple of temporary outages. We're discussing ways to protect ourselves in the future.

  • We kept polishing the automated test suite for Additional Software and hope it will be merged in time for the next Tails release.

  • We kept investigating options to make our CI faster, shorten the development feedback loop, and thus make our developers' work more efficient and pleasurable. We will soon be able to benchmark our currently preferred option.

  • We dealt with the fallout of the big infrastructure changes done in December. A few issues remain but things are starting to run more smoothly again :)

Funding

  • We close our end-of-year donation campaign. We don't have the final numbers yet.

  • We submitted 2 applications to the NLnet NGI Zero PET project.

Outreach

Press and testimonials

Translations

All the website

  • de: 46% (2832) strings translated, 7% strings fuzzy, 41% words translated
  • es: 51% (3137) strings translated, 4% strings fuzzy, 42% words translated
  • fa: 32% (1982) strings translated, 10% strings fuzzy, 33% words translated
  • fr: 88% (5418) strings translated, 1% strings fuzzy, 86% words translated
  • it: 32% (1969) strings translated, 5% strings fuzzy, 28% words translated
  • pt: 25% (1553) strings translated, 7% strings fuzzy, 21% words translated

Total original words: 65286

Core pages of the website

  • de: 71% (1252) strings translated, 12% strings fuzzy, 74% words translated
  • es: 80% (1417) strings translated, 9% strings fuzzy, 82% words translated
  • fa: 34% (615) strings translated, 13% strings fuzzy, 33% words translated
  • fr: 96% (1705) strings translated, 1% strings fuzzy, 96% words translated
  • it: 63% (1112) strings translated, 17% strings fuzzy, 65% words translated
  • pt: 45% (798) strings translated, 13% strings fuzzy, 48% words translated

Metrics

  • Tails has been started more than 749 304 times this month. This makes 24 171 boots a day on average.
  • 7 403 downloads of the OpenPGP signature of Tails ISO from our website.
  • 88 bug reports were received through WhisperBack.

How do we know this?

Posted 2019-02-14

This release is an emergency release to fix a critical security vulnerability in Firefox.

It also fixes other security vulnerabilities. You should upgrade as soon as possible.

Changes

Known issues

See the list of long-standing issues.

Tails fails to start a second time on some computers (#16389)

On some computers, after installing Tails to a USB stick, Tails starts a first time but fails to start a second time. In some cases, only BIOS (Legacy) was affected and the USB stick was not listed in the Boot Menu.

We are still investigating the issue, so if it happens to you, please report your findings by email to tails-testers@boum.org. Mention the model of the computer and the USB stick. This mailing list is archived publicly.

To fix this issue:

  1. Reinstall your USB stick using the same installation method.

  2. Start Tails for the first time and set up an administration password.

  3. Choose Applications ▸ System Tools ▸ Root Terminal to open a Root Terminal.

  4. Execute the following command:

    sgdisk --recompute-chs /dev/bilibop

You can also test an experimental image:

  1. Download the .img file from our development server.

  2. Install it using the same installation methods.

    We don't provide any OpenPGP signature or other verification technique for this test image. Please only use it for testing.

Get Tails 3.12.1

What's coming up?

Tails 3.13 is scheduled for March 19.

Have a look at our roadmap to see where we are heading to.

We need your help and there are many ways to contribute to Tails (donating is only one of them). Come talk to us!

Posted 2019-02-13 Tags:

This release fixes many security vulnerabilities. You should upgrade as soon as possible.

Changes

New features

New installation methods

The biggest news for 3.12 is that we completely changed the installation methods for Tails.

In short, instead of downloading an ISO image (a format originally designed for CDs), you now download Tails as a USB image: an image of the data as it needs to be written to the USB stick.

  • For macOS, the new method is much simpler as it uses a graphical tool (Etcher) instead of the command line.

  • For Windows, the new method is much faster as it doesn't require 2 USB sticks and an intermediary Tails anymore. The resulting USB stick also works better on newer computers with UEFI.

  • For Debian and Ubuntu, the new method uses a native application (GNOME Disks) and you don't have to install Tails Installer anymore.

  • For other Linux distributions, the new method is faster as it doesn't require 2 USB sticks and an intermediary Tails anymore.

We are still providing ISO images for people using DVDs or virtual machines.

The methods for upgrading Tails remain the same.

Upgrades and changes

  • Starting Tails should be a bit faster on most machines. (#15915)

  • Tell users to use sudo when they try to use su on the command line.

Included software

  • Update Linux to 4.19. Update Intel and AMD microcodes and most firmware packages. This should improve the support for newer hardware (graphics, Wi-Fi, etc.).

  • Remove Liferea, as announced in Tails 3.9.

  • Update Tor Browser to 8.0.5.

  • Update Thunderbird to 60.4.0.

Fixed problems

  • Fix the black screen when starting Tails with some Intel graphics cards. (#16224)

For more details, read our changelog.

Known issues

See also the list of long-standing issues.

Tails fails to start a second time on some computers (#16389)

On some computers, after installing Tails to a USB stick, Tails starts a first time but fails to start a second time. In some cases, only BIOS (Legacy) was affected and the USB stick was not listed in the Boot Menu.

We are still investigating the issue, so if it happens to you, please report your findings by email to tails-testers@boum.org. Mention the model of the computer and the USB stick. This mailing list is archived publicly.

To fix this issue:

  1. Reinstall your USB stick using the same installation method.

  2. Start Tails for the first time and set up an administration password.

  3. Choose Applications ▸ System Tools ▸ Root Terminal to open a Root Terminal.

  4. Execute the following command:

    sgdisk --recompute-chs /dev/bilibop

You can also test an experimental image:

  1. Download the .img file from our development server.

  2. Install it using the same installation methods.

    We don't provide any OpenPGP signature or other verification technique for this test image. Please only use it for testing.

Get Tails 3.12

What's coming up?

Tails 3.13 is scheduled for March 19.

Have a look at our roadmap to see where we are heading to.

We need your help and there are many ways to contribute to Tails (donating is only one of them). Come talk to us!

Posted 2019-01-29 Tags:

Releases

The following changes were introduced in Tails 3.11:

  • Add a confirm dialog between downloading and applying an automatic upgrade to control better when the network is disabled and prevent partially applied upgrades. (#14754 and #15282)

  • When running from a virtual machine, warn about the trustworthiness of the operating system even when running from a free virtualization software. (#16195)

  • Disable Autocrypt in Thunderbird to prevent sending unencrypted emails by mistake. (#15923)

  • Fix the opening of Thunderbird in non-English languages. (#16113)

  • Reduce the logging level of Tor when using bridges. (#15743)

Code

  • We continued working on releasing Tails using a disk image format. This will make it easier to install Tails on Windows and macOS. Part of this work was to switch our IDF format to JSON and to rewrite and release a new version of the Tails verification extension.

  • Updated onionshare, torsocks and tails-installer in Debian.

Hot topics on our help desk

  1. Black screen after the boot menu with Intel GPU (i915) ##16224

  2. Partially applied incremental upgrades cause all kinds of trouble ##14754

Infrastructure

  • We planned the final steps to make our web translation platform production-ready.

    hefee, emmapeel and our sysadmins have continued working on integrating the translation platform into our infrastructure. The translation server (not yet in production) now updates its Git repository automatically using scripts. A staging website shows translators how their translation will look like in context, once merged into our master branch. The staging website (not yet in production either) is updated automatically.

  • We kept working on our new server backup setup, which now works fine in production.

  • Our mailing lists were migrated to new providers (puscii, Autistici/Inventati, and some self-hosted on our own infrastructure). Many thanks to boum.org for the support in the last ten years. Thanks as well to puscii and Austistici/Inventati for stepping up now.

  • We started running the authoritative nameserver for a couple of Tails DNS zones.

Funding

We continued working on our yearly donation campaign:

Outreach

Past events

  • intrigeri attended the Reproducible Builds 2018 summit. He greatly enjoyed hacking with the Qubes OS folks there, which led us to fix the last issues we had with building our upcoming USB image reproducibly :)

Upcoming events

  • emmapeel and sajolida will be at FOSDEM on February 2–3 in Brussels, Belgium.

Press and testimonials

Metrics

  • Tails has been started more than 723 198 times this month. This makes 23 329 boots a day on average.
  • 8 125 downloads of the OpenPGP signature of Tails ISO from our website.
  • 74 bug reports were received through WhisperBack.

How do we know this?

Posted 2019-01-28

You can help Tails! The first release candidate for the upcoming version 3.12 is out. We are very excited and cannot wait to hear what you think about it, especially the new simplified USB installation method (see below). :)

Changes

Upgrades and changes

  • Make the USB image the main supported way to install Tails (refs: #15292). On first boot, grow the system partition to a size that's a factor of the size of the boot medium and randomize GUIDs (Closes: #15319).
  • Upgrade Linux to 4.19, version 4.19.13-1 which fixes the issue where Intel graphics cards booted to a black screen (Closes: #16073, #16224). Fixes CVE-2018-19985, CVE-2018-19406, CVE-2018-16862, CVE-2018-18397, CVE-2018-18397, CVE-2018-18397, CVE-2018-18397, CVE-2018-19824, CVE-2018-14625.
  • Remove Liferea (Closes: #11082, #15776).
  • Tell the user they need to use sudo when they attempt to use su (Closes: #15583).

Fixed problems

  • Fix Totem's access to the Internet when it's started from the Applications menu.

For more details, read our changelog.

Known issues

There are no known issues specific to Tails 3.12~rc1 so far.

See the list of long-standing issues.

How to test Tails 3.12~rc1?

Keep in mind that this is a test image. We tested that it is not broken in obvious ways, but it might still contain undiscovered issues.

But test wildly!

If you find anything that is not working as it should, please report to us on tails-testers@boum.org.

Bonus points if you first check if it is a known issue of this release or a longstanding known issue.

Upgrade from 3.11

  1. Start Tails 3.11 on a USB stick installed using Tails Installer and set an administration password.

  2. Run this command in a Terminal to select the "alpha" upgrade channel and start the upgrade:

    echo TAILS_CHANNEL=\"alpha\" | sudo tee -a /etc/os-release && \
         tails-upgrade-frontend-wrapper
    

    and enter the administration password when asked for the "password for amnesia".

  3. After the upgrade is installed, restart Tails and choose Applications ▸ Tails ▸ About Tails to verify that you are running Tails 3.12~rc1.

Download and install

If you intend to install Tails on a USB drive

Tails 3.12 will be the first release to use our simplified USB installation method so we really would like you to try it out with this release candidate!

First download the USB image:

Tails 3.12~rc1 USB image ?OpenPGP signature
Tails 3.12~rc1 USB image torrent

Then follow the new installation instructions.

If you intend to burn Tails to a DVD

You can also install 3.12~rc1 by following our old installation instructions, skipping the Download and verify step.

Tails 3.12~rc1 ISO image ?OpenPGP signature
Tails 3.12~rc1 ISO image torrent

What's coming up?

Tails 3.12 is scheduled for January 29.

Have a look at our roadmap to see where we are heading to.

We need your help and there are many ways to contribute to Tails (donating is only one of them). Come talk to us!

Posted 2019-01-20 Tags:

USB images instead of ISO images

We need your help to test the simplified installation methods of Tails that we will release with 3.12 on January 29.

The method will be much simpler and faster, especially for macOS users, but for Windows users as well. Debian and Ubuntu users won't have to install a specific program anymore and the process will also be faster for other Linux users.

In short, instead of downloading an ISO image (a format originally designed for CDs) you will download a USB image that is already an image of the data as written to your USB stick by Tails Installer. So no need for Tails Installer anymore and no need for an intermediary Tails nor a second USB stick when installing from Windows or macOS.

You should be able to create a persistent volume right away.

The methods for upgrading Tails will remain the same.

Testing the beta

Download the USB image

Tails beta USB image

We don't provide any OpenPGP signature or other verification technique for this test image. Please only use it for testing.

Installation instructions

As the new instructions are not yet available on our website, please refer to the following PDFs:

Reporting about your tests

Note that the USB image doesn't make Tails work on more hardware but it might work more reliably on recent hardware than the intermediary Tails (currently created using Universal USB Installer on Windows and dd on macOS).

Make sure to specify:

  • The OS you installed from.

  • The model of the computer you started from.

Report your findings by email to tails-testers@boum.org. This mailing list is archived publicly.

Known issues

None yet.

Posted 2019-01-07 Tags:

Mid-October, we started our donation campaign by explaining why we need donations. We then described the achievements of 2018 made possible by your donations. Today, we're unveiling our plans for 2019. If you like them, please take the time to donate.

So far this year many more people have been donating (+61%) but we have raised less money overall (-51%) because we are missing bigger donations, especially in bitcoins.

Having many more donors this year is an excellent sign that Tails is important for more people and that we are doing a good job at helping them.

We are extremely grateful to all of you who not only want to improve your safety online, but also understand that we need your help to sustain Tails. Being backed by a large number of people making smaller but steadily donations is the best we can dream of. So, thank you!

New features

We will focus on improving installation and upgrade, as we know that they still cause major difficulties for new users:

  • In January, we will release a brand new installation mechanism to finally make it easy to install Tails on macOS (and also easier on Windows and Linux).

  • We will add support for Secure Boot.

  • We will remove the need for manual upgrades and make it possible to always do automatic upgrades (except for major upgrades, like Tails 3.0 to 4.0). We will also research lighter and more robust upgrade mechanisms.

Adoption

  • We will redesign our homepage to explain better what is Tails to new users and why they should use it.

  • We will make it much easier to translate our website and train new translators, hopefully leading to offering more languages available on our website.

Under the hood

  • We will upgrade Tails to Debian 10 (Buster), planned for mid 2019.

  • As always, most of the day-to-day work that we do is invisible to our users and we will tackle many technical migrations in our code and infrastructure (Debian 10, Tor Launcher as Web Extension, Jenkins 2, Gitolite 3, Java 11, etc.).

  • We will contribute the security improvements that we wrote for the Thunderbird autoconfiguration with Thunderbird upstream.

  • Thanks to your generous donations, we will finally have a budget dedicated to do many more smaller usability improvements everywhere in Tails.

In 2019, we will put a lot of efforts on making Tails easier to understand and install. More and more people will get to know and use Tails to protect themselves. We all want this, and you, by donating at your level, can help to make this happen.

Posted 2018-12-22 Tags: