This release fixes many security issues and users should upgrade as soon as possible.

Mudanças

We are very sad to announce that Tails 2.11 will be the last version to include I2P, an alternative anonymizing network.

Maintaining software like I2P well-integrated in Tails takes time and effort and our team is too busy with other priorities. Unfortunately, we failed to find a developer outside of our team to maintain I2P in Tails. As a consequence, the last version of I2P being shipped in Tails is 0.9.25, which is nearly one year old now at this moment.

But we will be happy to reintroduce I2P if we find a volunteer to take care of maintaining it in Tails. If you are a developer and care about I2P in Tails, that person could be you! Come talk to us!

Novos recursos

  • If running on a 32-bit processor, notify the user that it won't be able to start Tails 3.0 anymore. (#12193)

  • Notify I2P users that I2P will be removed in Tails 2.12. (#12271)

Atualizações e mudanças

  • Upgrade Tor Browser to 6.5.1.

  • Fix CVE-2017-6074 (local root privilege escalation) by disabling the dccp module. (#12280) Also disable kernel modules for some other uncommon network protocols. (Part of #6457)

Problemas resolvidos

  • Tor Browser: Don't show offline warning when opening the local documentation of Tails. (#12269)

  • Fix rare issue causing automatic upgrades to not apply properly (#8449 and #11839)

  • Install Linux 4.8.15 to prevent GNOME from freezing with Intel GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics. (#12217)

Para mais detalhes, leia nosso changelog.

Problemas conhecidos

None specific to this release.

Veja a lista de problemas de longa data.

Get Tails 2.11

O que vem por aí?

Tails 2.12 is scheduled for April 18th.

Confira o nosso roadmap e veja nossos objetivos futuros.

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