Qubes OS 4.2.0 Rolls Out with Dom0 Rebased to Fedora 37
Qubes OS is an open-source project that can be run as a desktop, server, or appliance. It's designed to be secure, but it also allows you to use it however you'd like.
The newest version of Qubes, Qubes 4.2.0, comes with a revamped user interface and a new kernel that brings performance optimizations and hardware support improvements. It also features many security enhancements, including better hardening against Spectre attacks and improved container isolation between virtual machines (VMs).
Moreover, a new Release Signing Key (RSK) has been introduced to enhance security for Qubes OS 4.2 further. This change is part of a strategy to isolate the build processes of different Qubes OS versions.
As a Qubes user, I found the article linked below helpful in understanding exactly what's new in this exciting release, and I wanted to share it with you. Which change are you most excited about? Reach out to me on X @lnxsec - I'd love to hear!