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Hudson185 wrote:I assume that the sd cards are read-only and that no hard disk is not mounted. The files on the read only sd card are encrypted with truecrypt and the password for truecrypt is on a Yubikey to decrypt. The passwords are in Keepass a password manager and require keyfile on a separate read only sd card. Also I assume the power user is smart enough to change the default root password and run no-script on firefox.
Hudson185 wrote:Using backtrack 5 R3 with vpn is much more secure ...
ajohnson wrote:Why is everyone saying BackTrack is outdated? It's based off an LTS version of Ubuntu and is still completely supported: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LTS
jinwald12 wrote:it's based off of 10.04 (lucid) which while in theory is still LTS but does not get nearly as much attention as other releases and BT uses different repos then normal lucid for most of it's programs which have out dated versions (with the exception of firefox and a few others) and they slapped on a kernel version that is no where near what lucid was designed to work with.
Hudson185 wrote:TAILS is for anonimity not security Tor's security sucks (http://nspill.blogspot.com/2010/04/tor- ... strip.html) but it's anonymity is good. Using backtrack 5 R3 with vpn is much more secure but it's not anonymous.
chrisj wrote:You can install other packages as you need them. Sine T.A.I.L.S. is already dvd sized, it would be worth a try to contact the dev to install those in the next version of the dvd.
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