Posts Tagged ‘anonymity’

Becoming Jack Flack ShmooCon Presentation Posted

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The slides from our ShmooCon 2010 presentation, “Becoming Jack Flack: Real Life Cloak and Dagger” have now been posted at http://kaos.to/jackflack. If you saw the presentation and enjoyed it, please don’t forget to provide your feedback at the ShmooCon feedback website. Thanks!

More information and resources will be coming soon. Stay tuned!

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SAMAEL and NARC Downloads

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UHOH. Last minute QA uncovered a few interface issues that could make setting up and configuring SAMAEL difficult, if not impossible. For this reason, we’ve temporarily pulled the download. Please don’t worry, we’ll have it back online very soon!

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How do I install Anonym.OS to HD/USB?

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Today, although it’s possible, Anonym.OS is not designed for easy installation. Remember, this was our first beta and the primary goal was pushing out a live operating environment that was [mostly] stable and effectively provided strong security, anonymity and encryption out of the box.

Seems we nailed that goal pretty well, so our next step is to address all of the optional but highy desirable features, like:

* Installation to HD/USB

* Automatic mounting of local HD partitions

* More “desktop” tools like office apps, multimedia, etc

These features are being included based on the number of requests we get, so make sure and let us know what you want to see most in future versions of Anonym.OS!

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Building an Anonym.OS

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Presentation by dr.kaos at Interz0ne IV, Atlanta GA, March 12, 2005

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Anonym.OS LiveCD

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Like sand through the hourglass, so are the vestiges of our privacy. From increased governmental surveilance to corporate content restrictions and data brokers, what you do, where you go, and who you talk to is of more interest to more people every day.

Anonym.OS is an OpenBSD 3.8 Live CD with strong tools for anonymizing and encrypting connections. Standard network applications are provided and configured to take advantage of the tor onion routing network.

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