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Tails (The Amnesic Incognito Live System) is a free and open-source operating system that prioritizes online privacy and anonymity. Key features and functionalities of Tails include its privacy-focused nature, its ability to leave no trace on the computer's hard drive, and its integration with the Tor network.

TailsA diverse range of users can benefit from Tails, such as journalists, activists, professionals handling confidential data, individuals in censored regions, security researchers, whistleblowers, and privacy-conscious individuals. You can learn more about the advantages of Tails, how it works, and how to use it effectively to protect your online privacy and anonymity in the article linked below.

You can also learn about other secure Linux distros we love for enhanced digital security and privacy in this LinuxSecurity Feature article.

We also recently covered the release of Tails 6.1, the latest version of Tails OS.

Good luck on your journey to greater online privacy and security, fellow Linux users!