Tails, The Amnesic Incognito Live System, version 1.4, is out.
We disabled in Tails the new circuit view of Tor Browser 4.5 for security reasons. You can still use the network map of Vidalia to inspect your circuits.
OpenPGP Applet now has a shortcut to the gedit text editor, thanks to Ivan Bliminse.
Paperkey lets you print a backup of your OpenPGP secret keys on paper.
Tor Browser 4.5 protects better against third-party tracking. Often when visiting a website, many connections are created to transfer both the content of the main website (its page, images, and so on) and third-party content from other websites (advertisements, Like buttons, and so on). In Tor Browser 4.5, all such content, from the main website as well as the third-party websites, goes through the same Tor circuits. And these circuits are not reused when visiting a different website. This prevents third-party websites from correlating your visits to different websites.
Tor Browser 4.5 now keeps using the same Tor circuit while you are visiting a website. This prevents the website from suddenly changing language, behavior, or logging you out.
Disconnect is the new default search engine. Disconnect provides Google search results to Tor users without captchas or bans.
Better support for Vietnamese in LibreOffice through the installation of
Disable security warnings when connecting to POP3 and IMAP ports that are mostly used for StartTLS nowadays.
Support for more printers through the installation of
Upgrade Tor to 0.2.6.7.
Upgrade I2P to 0.9.19 that has several fixes and improvements for floodfill performance.
Remove the obsolete #i2p-help IRC channel from Pidgin.
Remove the command line email client
There are numerous other changes that might not be apparent in the daily operation of a typical user. Technical details of all the changes are listed in the Changelog.
Make the browser theme of the Windows 8 camouflage compatible with the Unsafe Browser and the I2P Browser.
Remove the Tor Network Settings... from the Torbutton menu.
Better support for Chromebook C720-2800 through the upgrade of
Fix the localization of Tails Upgrader.
Fix the OpenPGP key servers configured in Seahorse.
Prevent Tor Browser from crashing when Orca is enabled.
Claws Mail stores plaintext copies of all emails on the remote IMAP server, including those that are meant to be encrypted. If you send OpenPGP encrypted emails using Claws Mail and IMAP, make sure to apply one of the workarounds documented in our security announcement.
See the current list of known issues.
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The next Tails release is scheduled for June 30.
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!