The following changes were introduced in Tails 2.10:
We installed OnionShare, a tool for anonymous file sharing.
We enabled the circuit view in Tor Browser.
Replace AdBlock Plus with uBlock Origin.
Configure the APT package manage to use Debian's Onion services.
Install the AMDGPU display driver. This should improve the support for newer AMD graphics adapters.
Renamed the Boot Loader Menu entries from "Live" to "Tails", and replaced the confusing "failsafe" wording with "Troubleshooting Mode".
Add support for exFAT.
Remove Nyx (previously called arm).
Rewrite Tor control port filter entirely. Now Tails can safely support OnionShare, the circuit view of Tor Browser, and similar. This also enabled Whonix to replace their own similar piece of software with this one.
- We (almost) finished updating the AppArmor policy in Debian Stretch so that it supports merged-/usr systems.
- We started evaluating USBGuard, and posted suggestions to improve its user experience, that upstream warmly welcomes.
We documented how to use OnionShare, a tool for anonymous file sharing.
We documented the circuit view in Tor Browser.
- We've been working on improving the user experience of Tails Installer
- For the Tails 3.0 test images, in Tails Greeter we will drop the read-only persistence option. We don't know yet if we will be able to re-add this option to Tails 3.0 once we release it, but we are working on it.
- We started to set up a XMPP server to satisfy the need for private communication tools expressed by one of our teams.
- We enabled an Onion service for our APT repository (#11556).
- We improved our systems so that they send less useless email to our system administrators.
- We started updating our Puppet modules to better support Debian Stretch.
- LinuxFr: Tails, nous avons besoin de vos dons was published as a follow-up on our call for donations.
- We received feedback from OTF about our concept note, and started working on our answer.
- We have a booth at FOSDEM in Brussels.
- Tails will be presented at a cryptoparty on March 4th 2017 in Rennes, France.
- We started organizing a Debian event that will take place in Paris on May 13-14. Stay tuned!
- We've been discussing how to improve our memory erasure process.
- We've announced that Tails 3.0 will require a 64-bit processor.
- de: 54% (3050) strings translated, 5% strings fuzzy, 49% words translated
- fa: 40% (2265) strings translated, 8% strings fuzzy, 45% words translated
- fr: 81% (4562) strings translated, 1% strings fuzzy, 80% words translated
- it: 28% (1602) strings translated, 3% strings fuzzy, 26% words translated
- pt: 27% (1551) strings translated, 8% strings fuzzy, 25% words translated
Total original words: 57564
- de: 82% (1539) strings translated, 10% strings fuzzy, 83% words translated
- fa: 38% (710) strings translated, 10% strings fuzzy, 40% words translated
- fr: 98% (1842) strings translated, 1% strings fuzzy, 99% words translated
- it: 80% (1490) strings translated, 10% strings fuzzy, 79% words translated
- pt: 49% (924) strings translated, 13% strings fuzzy, 50% words translated
- Tails has been started more than 662 874 times this month. This makes 21 383 boots a day on average.
- 14 782 downloads of the OpenPGP signature of Tails ISO from our website.
- 142 bug reports were received through WhisperBack.