Tails, The Amnesic Incognito Live System, version 1.3, is out.
The Tor Browser has additional operating system and data security. This security restricts reads and writes to a limited number of folders. Learn how to manipulate files with the new Tor Browser.
The obfs4 pluggable transport is now available to connect to Tor bridges. Pluggable transports transform the Tor traffic between the client and the bridge to help disguise Tor traffic from censors.
Keyringer lets you manage and share secrets using OpenPGP and Git from the command line.
- The Mac and Linux manual installation processes no longer require the
isohybridcommand. Removing the
isohybridcommand simplifies the installation.
- The tap-to-click and two-finger scrolling trackpad settings are now enabled by default. This should be more intuitive for Mac users.
- The Ibus Vietnamese input method is now supported.
- Improved support for OpenPGP smartcards through the installation of GnuPG 2.
There are numerous other changes that may not be apparent in the daily operation of a typical user. Technical details of all the changes are listed in the Changelog.
The Tor Browser shipped in Tails 1.3 has NoScript version 184.108.40.206 instead of version 220.127.116.11, which is the version used in The Tor Project's own Tor Browser 4.0.4 release.
See the current list of known issues.
Go to the install page.
The next Tails release is scheduled for April 7.
Have a look to our roadmap to see where we are heading to.
Do you want to help? There are many ways you can contribute to Tails. If you want to help, come talk to us!