Thank you for reading our Linux Security Week newsletter! In this weekly newsletter, we strive to provide readers with a comprehensive overview of the week's most relevant open source security news.

This week, we cover the latest release of Predator-OS, what's new with Tails OS 4.21 and how to get started, and how you can contribute to the upcoming Tails OS 4.22 release by testing 4.22~rc1. We want to provide you with the type of content you are interested in, and would love to hear your thoughts on this week's articles.

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Tails 4.22 Is Coming Soon! Contribute to Tails by Testing 4.22~rc1


With Tails 4.22 scheduled for release on September 7, the Tails team is asking users to contribute to Tails by testing the release candidate for Tails 4.22 by the end of August. Learn what's new in this upcoming release, how to download 4.22~rc1 and what to focus on in your testing.

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Privacy & Security with Predator-OS


Predator-OS is a free and open-source secure Linux distro that is ideal for penetration testing, ethical hacking 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 including an update to Tor Browser 10.5.4, an update to Thunderbird 78.12 and a fix for a bug in Tails Installer that enabled the deletion of Persistent Storage when doing a manual upgrade.

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