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A review written by Jack Wallen from Parrot Security Could Be Your Next Security Tool Parrot Security is a complete distro, based on Debian Jessie core, which includes software for cryptography, cloud, anonymity, digital forensics, and programming.Creative Commons ZeroPixabay


Clonezilla is an efficient, networkable, piece of software that can clone a single machine or up to forty machines simultaneously. The ability to quickly and reliably image the machines in your company is as precious as gold. You never know when a piece of


Meet Endless OS, a Debian based Linux distribution with a custom desktop environment “EOS Shell” based on GNOME. Different from most Linux distributions, the root file system of Endless OS is read-only and managed by OSTree. This allows the system to easily and continuously be updated without the need for a


A review by J A Watson from Sparky Linux is one of the few distributions which offers two versions, based on the Debian stable and testing branches. The new release is Sparky Linux 5, based on Debian testing. The release announcement gives a brief overview, but because this version of


antiX-17.4 (Helen Keller) released This is primarily a point-release upgrade of antiX-17.3 (Helen Keller) with a newer L1TF/Foreshadow and Meltdown/Spectre/CVE-2019-8912 patched kernel, a few bugfixes, updated translations and some upgraded and new packages. As usual we offer the following completely systemd-free flavours for both 32 and 64 bit architecture. antiX-full (c1GB) – 4

Whonix Linux

A review written by Irfan Shakeel from The Internet was not designed with anonymity in mind, but things have changed. Anonymity has become a necessary and legitimate objective in many applications (browsing the internet, chatting, sending instant messages etc.). The main reason for this is that even if traffic is


deepin 15.10 Is A Beautiful Linux Distro That’ll Make Windows Users Jealous By Adarsh Verma - April 29, 2019 The deepin Linux distro has a long history of different names, including Deepin, Linux Deepin, etc. This China-based distro is also known for its user-friendliness as well as its elegant appearance that can make

Tails Linux

You can’t be too worried about the safety of your sensitive personal data online. We are living in an age when hacker attacks are a regular occurrence, and you need to do everything in your power to stay safe online. Using the Linux Tails operating system is a proven way of


A review written by Abhishek Prakash from Ubuntu 19.04 Release Date Ubuntu 19.04 will be released on 18th April 2019. Here’s the official release schedule followed for Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo: Feature freeze: February 21, 2019UI freeze: March 14, 2019Kernel freeze: April 1, 2019Beta release date: March 28, 2019Final release date: April 18,


A review written by Shirish from Debian 10 Buster has been released. Let’s see what are the new features and how can you download Debian 10 Buster. What’s new in Debian 10 Buster Release Here are a few visual and under the hood changes in the this major release of Debian. New theme