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Security Spotlight: Experience Enhanced Privacy & Security with Predator-OS


Predator-OS is a free and open-source secure Linux distro that is ideal for penetration testing, ethical haking and digital forensics, but is also a great option for any user looking to improve his or her privacy and anonymity online with a security-centric, hardened OS.

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Tails 4.21 Is Out - Here's What's New & How To Get Started


Tails, or "The Amnesic Incognito Live System", has released the latest version of its privacy-focused secure Linux distro, Tails 4.21, with various changes, bug fixes and improvements.

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Keeping Your System Secure Is Easier than Ever with LinuxSecurity Customized Advisories!

32.Lock Code CircularRegardless of the Linux distribution you’re using, staying on top of the latest security advisories is essential in maintaining an updated, secure Linux system. LinuxSecurity makes staying informed of the latest updates simple and convenient by tracking security advisories for 13 popular distros and offering the ability to create a user profile and customize your advisories based on the distro(s) you use.

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