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Tails 4.2.2 is out

Source: Tails – Tails 4.2.2 is out

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Tails – Tails 4.2 is out

Source: Tails – Tails 4.2 is out

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Qubes OS 4.0.2 has been released!

Source: Qubes OS 4.0.2 has been released! | Qubes OS

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Kali Default Non-Root User

For years now, Kali has inherited the default root user policy from BackTrack. As part of our evaluation of Kali tools and policies we have decided to change this and move Kali to a “traditional default non-root user” model. This change will be part of the 2020.1 release, currently scheduled for late January. However, you will notice this change in the weekly images starting now.

Source: Kali Default Non-Root User | Kali Linux

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Tails – Tails 4.1 is out

Source: Tails – Tails 4.1 is out

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Kali Linux 2019.4 Release

We are highly excited to announce our fourth and final release of 2019, Kali Linux 2019.4, which is available immediately for download.

Source: Kali Linux 2019.4 Release | Kali Linux

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Tails – Tails 3.16 is out

Source: Tails – Tails 3.16 is out

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Parrot 4.6 release notes

Parrot 4.6 development notes

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Tails – Tails 3.13 is out

Source: Tails – Tails 3.13 is out

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Slack hands over control of encryption keys to regulated customers

Slack announced today that it is launching Enterprise Key Management (EKM) for Slack, a new tool that enables customers to control their encryption keys in the enterprise version of the communications app. The keys are managed in the AWS KMS key management tool. Geoff Belknap, chief security officer (CSO) at Slack, says the new tool […]

Source: Slack hands over control of encryption keys to regulated customers | TechCrunch