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Uploads / [New Torrent] Tails 6.4 amd64 ...
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 18, 2024, 05:27:03 PM
Like a tent, you can carry Tails with you and use it anywhere.

Your secure computer anywhere
To use Tails, shut down the computer and start on your Tails USB stick instead of starting on Windows, macOS, or Linux.

You can temporarily turn your own computer into a secure machine. You can also stay safe while using the computer of somebody else.

Tails is a less than 2GB download and takes ½ hour to install. Tails can be installed on any USB stick of 8 GB minimum. Tails works on most computers less than 10 years old. You can start again on the other operating system after you shut down Tails.

You don't have to worry about the computer having viruses because Tails runs independently from the other operating system and never uses the hard disk. But, Tails cannot always protect you if you install it from a computer with viruses or if you use it on a computer with malicious hardware, like keyloggers.

Amnesia
Tails always starts from the same clean state and everything you do disappears automatically when you shut down Tails.

Without Tails, almost everything you do can leave traces on the computer:

  • Websites that you visited, even in private mode
  • Files that you opened, even if you deleted them
  • Passwords, even if you use a password manager
  • All the devices and Wi-Fi networks that you used

On the contrary, Tails never writes anything to the hard disk and only runs from the memory of the computer. The memory is entirely deleted when you shutdown Tails, erasing all possible traces.

Persistent Storage
You can save some of your files and configuration in an encrypted Persistent Storage on the USB stick: your documents, your browser bookmarks, your emails, and even some additional software.

The Persistent Storage is optional and you always decide what is persistent. Everything else is amnesic.

Digital security toolbox
Tails includes a selection of applications to work on sensitive documents and communicate securely.

All the applications are ready-to-use and are configured with safe defaults to prevent mistakes.

Tails includes:

  • Tor Browser with uBlock, a secure browser and an ad-blocker
  • Thunderbird, for encrypted emails
  • KeePassXC, to create and store strong passwords
  • LibreOffice, an office suite
  • OnionShare, to share files over Tor
  • Metadata Cleaner, to remove metadata from files
and many more!

To prevent mistakes:

Applications are blocked automatically if they try to connect to the Internet without Tor.
Everything in the Persistent Storage is encrypted automatically.

Tails does not write anything to the hard disk. All the memory is deleted when shutting down.

Warnings: Tails is safe but not magic!
Tails is safer than any regular operating system. But Tails, or any software or operating system, cannot protect you from everything—even if they pretend to.

The recommendations below will keep you even safer, especially if you are at high risk.

Tails is designed to hide your identity.

But some of your activities could reveal your identity:

Sharing files with metadata, such as date, time, location, and device information
Using Tails for more than one purpose at a time

Tails uses the Tor network because it is the strongest and most popular network to protect from surveillance and censorship.

But Tor has limitations if you are concerned about:

Hiding that you are using Tor and Tails
Protecting your online communications from determined, skilled attackers

Tails can safely run on a computer that has a virus.

But Tails cannot always protect you when:

Installing from an infected computer
Running Tails on a computer with a compromised BIOS, firmware, or hardware

Visit the Tails website here:

https://tails.net/

Support the Tails Development here:

https://tails.net/donate/
#2
Uploads / [New Torrent] Tails 6.4 amd64 ...
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 18, 2024, 05:25:35 PM
Like a tent, you can carry Tails with you and use it anywhere.

Your secure computer anywhere
To use Tails, shut down the computer and start on your Tails USB stick instead of starting on Windows, macOS, or Linux.

You can temporarily turn your own computer into a secure machine. You can also stay safe while using the computer of somebody else.

Tails is a less than 2GB download and takes ½ hour to install. Tails can be installed on any USB stick of 8 GB minimum. Tails works on most computers less than 10 years old. You can start again on the other operating system after you shut down Tails.

You don't have to worry about the computer having viruses because Tails runs independently from the other operating system and never uses the hard disk. But, Tails cannot always protect you if you install it from a computer with viruses or if you use it on a computer with malicious hardware, like keyloggers.

Amnesia
Tails always starts from the same clean state and everything you do disappears automatically when you shut down Tails.

Without Tails, almost everything you do can leave traces on the computer:

  • Websites that you visited, even in private mode
  • Files that you opened, even if you deleted them
  • Passwords, even if you use a password manager
  • All the devices and Wi-Fi networks that you used

On the contrary, Tails never writes anything to the hard disk and only runs from the memory of the computer. The memory is entirely deleted when you shutdown Tails, erasing all possible traces.

Persistent Storage
You can save some of your files and configuration in an encrypted Persistent Storage on the USB stick: your documents, your browser bookmarks, your emails, and even some additional software.

The Persistent Storage is optional and you always decide what is persistent. Everything else is amnesic.

Digital security toolbox
Tails includes a selection of applications to work on sensitive documents and communicate securely.

All the applications are ready-to-use and are configured with safe defaults to prevent mistakes.

Tails includes:

  • Tor Browser with uBlock, a secure browser and an ad-blocker
  • Thunderbird, for encrypted emails
  • KeePassXC, to create and store strong passwords
  • LibreOffice, an office suite
  • OnionShare, to share files over Tor
  • Metadata Cleaner, to remove metadata from files
and many more!

To prevent mistakes:

Applications are blocked automatically if they try to connect to the Internet without Tor.
Everything in the Persistent Storage is encrypted automatically.

Tails does not write anything to the hard disk. All the memory is deleted when shutting down.

Warnings: Tails is safe but not magic!
Tails is safer than any regular operating system. But Tails, or any software or operating system, cannot protect you from everything—even if they pretend to.

The recommendations below will keep you even safer, especially if you are at high risk.

Tails is designed to hide your identity.

But some of your activities could reveal your identity:

Sharing files with metadata, such as date, time, location, and device information
Using Tails for more than one purpose at a time

Tails uses the Tor network because it is the strongest and most popular network to protect from surveillance and censorship.

But Tor has limitations if you are concerned about:

Hiding that you are using Tor and Tails
Protecting your online communications from determined, skilled attackers

Tails can safely run on a computer that has a virus.

But Tails cannot always protect you when:

Installing from an infected computer
Running Tails on a computer with a compromised BIOS, firmware, or hardware

Visit the Tails website here:

https://tails.net/

Support the Tails Development here:

https://tails.net/donate/
#3
Uploads / [New Torrent] SELKS 10 No Desk...
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 18, 2024, 01:03:47 AM
SELKS™ is a free, open-source, and turn-key Suricata network intrusion detection/protection system (IDS/IPS), network security monitoring (NSM) and threat hunting implementation created and maintained by Stamus Networks.

Released under GPL 3.0-or-later license, the live distribution is available as either a live and installable Debian-based ISO or via Docker compose on any Linux operating system.

What is SELKS?
As a reminder, SELKS is free, open-source, and turn-key Suricata network intrusion detection/protection system (IDS/IPS), network security monitoring (NSM), and threat-hunting implementation. Released under the GPLv3 license, SELKS is the perfect solution for small to medium-sized organizations, home network defenders looking for a capable and effective IDS and NSM system, or security practitioners looking to experiment with Suricata.

SELKS 10 includes 8 key components:

SELKS 10 is built on eight key components:

  • Suricata - Ready to use Suricata
  • Elasticsearch - Search engine
  • Logstash - Log injection
  • Kibana - Custom dashboards and event exploration
  • Stamus C.E. (formerly Scirius) - Suricata ruleset management and Suricata threat hunting interface

Additionally, SELKS 10 utilizes functionality from Arkime, Evebox, and CyberChef, although those components were included after the "SELKS" acronym was established.

What's new in SELKS 10?
There are four major updates to the SELKS system for version 10, and each one brings new benefits to users:

1. Conditional packet capture

SELKS users can now capture selected packets (PCAP) associated with detection events and then export those packets from the hunting interface. These PCAP files include the full session that triggered the detection in question. All PCAPs are de-duplicated, stored only once on the sensor, and made available for download as evidence or for playback into SELKS or third-party tools such as Wireshark.

The benefit of conditional packet capture is that it gives users access to critical network forensic data to be used for investigation, training, or threat intelligence sharing without dedicating the substantial storage resources needed for full-time packet capture.
 
2. User interface harmonized with Stamus Security Platform

Perhaps one of the biggest changes to SELKS 10 is an updated user interface in-line with the Stamus Security Platform (SSP). The user interface (Stamus Community Edition or "Scirius") now incorporates several of the latest capabilities of our commercial platform. Stamus CE is the first OSS GUI developed and dedicated specifically for Suricata and its data, and it now includes a more powerful and integrated hunting console, the ability to export evidence and artifacts, and additional pre-defined threat-hunting filters.

This simplified user experience delivers consolidated threat detection, hunting, and evidence viewing and provides users with a streamlined way to zoom in and out of the data for rapid insights from millions of network security events.
 
3. Upgrade to Arkime version 5.0

SELKS 10 adds the latest capabilities of Arkime - bulk search, improved session detail display, unified configs, unified authentication, additional multiviewer support, and offline PCAP retrieval improvements. Arkime augments Suricata's conditional packet capture to store and index network traffic in standard PCAP format.
 
4. Switch to PostgreSQL database

SELKS 10 is now using a PostgreSQL database instead of SQLite to fix some issues, augment capabilities, improve scalability, and prepare for future evolution.

Visit the SELKS website here:

https://www.stamus-networks.com/selks
#4
Uploads / [New Torrent] SELKS 10 Desktop...
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 18, 2024, 01:02:54 AM
SELKS™ is a free, open-source, and turn-key Suricata network intrusion detection/protection system (IDS/IPS), network security monitoring (NSM) and threat hunting implementation created and maintained by Stamus Networks.

Released under GPL 3.0-or-later license, the live distribution is available as either a live and installable Debian-based ISO or via Docker compose on any Linux operating system.

What is SELKS?
As a reminder, SELKS is free, open-source, and turn-key Suricata network intrusion detection/protection system (IDS/IPS), network security monitoring (NSM), and threat-hunting implementation. Released under the GPLv3 license, SELKS is the perfect solution for small to medium-sized organizations, home network defenders looking for a capable and effective IDS and NSM system, or security practitioners looking to experiment with Suricata.

SELKS 10 includes 8 key components:

SELKS 10 is built on eight key components:

  • Suricata - Ready to use Suricata
  • Elasticsearch - Search engine
  • Logstash - Log injection
  • Kibana - Custom dashboards and event exploration
  • Stamus C.E. (formerly Scirius) - Suricata ruleset management and Suricata threat hunting interface

Additionally, SELKS 10 utilizes functionality from Arkime, Evebox, and CyberChef, although those components were included after the "SELKS" acronym was established.

What's new in SELKS 10?
There are four major updates to the SELKS system for version 10, and each one brings new benefits to users:

1. Conditional packet capture

SELKS users can now capture selected packets (PCAP) associated with detection events and then export those packets from the hunting interface. These PCAP files include the full session that triggered the detection in question. All PCAPs are de-duplicated, stored only once on the sensor, and made available for download as evidence or for playback into SELKS or third-party tools such as Wireshark.

The benefit of conditional packet capture is that it gives users access to critical network forensic data to be used for investigation, training, or threat intelligence sharing without dedicating the substantial storage resources needed for full-time packet capture.
 
2. User interface harmonized with Stamus Security Platform

Perhaps one of the biggest changes to SELKS 10 is an updated user interface in-line with the Stamus Security Platform (SSP). The user interface (Stamus Community Edition or "Scirius") now incorporates several of the latest capabilities of our commercial platform. Stamus CE is the first OSS GUI developed and dedicated specifically for Suricata and its data, and it now includes a more powerful and integrated hunting console, the ability to export evidence and artifacts, and additional pre-defined threat-hunting filters.

This simplified user experience delivers consolidated threat detection, hunting, and evidence viewing and provides users with a streamlined way to zoom in and out of the data for rapid insights from millions of network security events.
 
3. Upgrade to Arkime version 5.0

SELKS 10 adds the latest capabilities of Arkime - bulk search, improved session detail display, unified configs, unified authentication, additional multiviewer support, and offline PCAP retrieval improvements. Arkime augments Suricata's conditional packet capture to store and index network traffic in standard PCAP format.
 
4. Switch to PostgreSQL database

SELKS 10 is now using a PostgreSQL database instead of SQLite to fix some issues, augment capabilities, improve scalability, and prepare for future evolution.

Visit the SELKS website here:

https://www.stamus-networks.com/selks
#5
Uploads / [New Torrent] Daphile 24.06 x8...
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 17, 2024, 04:06:41 PM
Philosophy

The principal design philosophy for the Daphile has been simplicity and focused functionality to produce a flexible and future proof audiophile component for the era of high resolution digital music.

From the audiophile perspective the digital music listening is finally – first time after the birth of CD – taking a big leap forward. This owes primarily to

  • Internet distribution of lossless and high resolution audio files (superior to CD sound quality) and
  • High-end asynchronous USB digital-to-analog converters.
The asynchronous USB signal transmission enables improved audio component independence for DAC i.e. digital-to-analog conversion accuracy (including timing) is now fully determined in the domain of DAC. Most of the best DACs in the market are already using USB input. And they are worthy of a good partner to supply the music stream for them – not just a computer equipped with a standard operating system.

The Daphile is designed to be the perfect companion for USB DAC. Just plug your USB DAC into the Daphile and start playing – no configuration is needed. The Daphile has audiophile optimized software solutions for digital music playback and storage. Its main priority is in providing the bit-perfect continuous audio stream for the connected audio devices.

Ease-of-use

The use of the Daphile is simple and requires no expertize. Initial deployment, networking, music storage, CD ripping, DAC setup, multi-zone usage, external storage usage, software upgrade, etc...is just easy. And for the preference of music control you have a number of excellent options.

Enjoy the music.

Features
  • Headless music server OS
  • Bitperfect and gapless playback
  • Extensive audio format support
  • Native DSD playback up to DSD512
  • PCM resolutions up to 384kHz/24bit
  • High quality audio resampling including PCM to DSD conversion
  • Convolution filtering for DRC and equalizer
  • "Play from RAM" to minimize CPU load and disk activity during playback
  • Automatic audio device configuration with multiplayer support
  • CD ripping with AccurateRip™ verification, automatic metadata tagging and cover art
  • Supports external file servers as music source
  • Easy configuration and installation through the web interface
  • WiFi hotspot support (if compatible hardware exists)
  • Software update via web interface
  • Network-attached storage (NAS) service
  • Whole system included in a compact ISO-file
Daphile is based on the open source Squeezebox Server, Squeezelite and Linux.
Since Daphile is used and configured completely via the web interface the user is not required to have any Linux skills.

Visit the Daphile linux website here:

https://www.daphile.com/
#6
Uploads / [New Torrent] Daphile 24.06 x8...
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 17, 2024, 04:04:59 PM
Philosophy

The principal design philosophy for the Daphile has been simplicity and focused functionality to produce a flexible and future proof audiophile component for the era of high resolution digital music.

From the audiophile perspective the digital music listening is finally – first time after the birth of CD – taking a big leap forward. This owes primarily to

  • Internet distribution of lossless and high resolution audio files (superior to CD sound quality) and
  • High-end asynchronous USB digital-to-analog converters.
The asynchronous USB signal transmission enables improved audio component independence for DAC i.e. digital-to-analog conversion accuracy (including timing) is now fully determined in the domain of DAC. Most of the best DACs in the market are already using USB input. And they are worthy of a good partner to supply the music stream for them – not just a computer equipped with a standard operating system.

The Daphile is designed to be the perfect companion for USB DAC. Just plug your USB DAC into the Daphile and start playing – no configuration is needed. The Daphile has audiophile optimized software solutions for digital music playback and storage. Its main priority is in providing the bit-perfect continuous audio stream for the connected audio devices.

Ease-of-use

The use of the Daphile is simple and requires no expertize. Initial deployment, networking, music storage, CD ripping, DAC setup, multi-zone usage, external storage usage, software upgrade, etc...is just easy. And for the preference of music control you have a number of excellent options.

Enjoy the music.

Features
  • Headless music server OS
  • Bitperfect and gapless playback
  • Extensive audio format support
  • Native DSD playback up to DSD512
  • PCM resolutions up to 384kHz/24bit
  • High quality audio resampling including PCM to DSD conversion
  • Convolution filtering for DRC and equalizer
  • "Play from RAM" to minimize CPU load and disk activity during playback
  • Automatic audio device configuration with multiplayer support
  • CD ripping with AccurateRip™ verification, automatic metadata tagging and cover art
  • Supports external file servers as music source
  • Easy configuration and installation through the web interface
  • WiFi hotspot support (if compatible hardware exists)
  • Software update via web interface
  • Network-attached storage (NAS) service
  • Whole system included in a compact ISO-file
Daphile is based on the open source Squeezebox Server, Squeezelite and Linux.
Since Daphile is used and configured completely via the web interface the user is not required to have any Linux skills.

Visit the Daphile linux website here:

https://www.daphile.com/
#7
Uploads / [New Torrent] Austrumi64 4.9.5...
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 17, 2024, 03:54:03 PM
AUSTRUMI (Austrum Latvijas Linukss) is a bootable live Linux distribution based on Slackware Linux. It requires limited system resources and can run on any Intel-compatible system with a CD-ROM installed. The entire operating system and all of the applications run from RAM, making AUSTRUMI a fast system and allowing the boot medium to be removed after the operating system starts.

Visit the Austrumi Website here:

http://cyti.latgola.lv/ruuni/
#8
Uploads / [New Torrent] SparkyLinux 7.4 ...
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 17, 2024, 01:04:41 AM
Sparky is a fast, lightweight and fully customizable operating system which offers several versions for different use cases, such as:

  • a fully featured standard desktop version with a lightweight desktop environment. It works out of the box on almost any hardware and delivers a curated selection of software for home users.
  • the frugal MinimalGUI version with the Openbox window manager. It contains only the bare necessities and is intended for users who want full flexibility when creating their own desktop, using only the packages they desire.
  • the even more frugal MinimalCLI version without a graphical desktop. For advanced users who want to create their own desktop from the ground up or don't need a GUI.

Three special versions:
  • GameOver for computer gaming
  • Multimedia for audio and video enthusiasts and/or web-developers
  • Rescue, a system rescue toolbox (uses Openbox as a window manager)

Sparky supports about 20 desktop environments and window managers giving you freedom of choice, having in mind that your computer is made for working, having fun, entertainment, keeping in touch with friends, and many, many other things.

If you like Sparky, simply install it side to side or over your present OS.

Main features of Sparky
  • Debian based
  • stable or (semi-)rolling release
  • lightweight, fast & simple
  • your favorite desktops to choose
  • special editions: GameOver, Multimedia & Rescue
  • CLI Edition (no X) for building customized desktop
  • most wireless and mobile network cards supported
  • set of selected applications, multimedia codecs and plugins
  • own repository with a large set of additional applications
  • easy hard drive / USB installation

In general, Sparky is not targeted to Linux beginners, rather to users with some amount of Linux knowledge.
Anyway, the Linux beginners are welcome too – our forums is open for any question.

Is Sparky free?
Yes, Sparky was, is and always will be free of charge for end users.
Simply grab Sparky iso image, burn it to a blank CD/DVD disk or copy to a flash USB disk and use it to launch your computer.

Does Sparky need your support?
Yes, we don't sell Sparky, so we don't earn money.
Your support, tip, donation can keep Sparky alive.

https://sparkylinux.org/donate/

Visit the Sparkylinux website here:

https://sparkylinux.org/donate/
#9
Uploads / [New Torrent] SparkyLinux 7.4....
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 17, 2024, 01:02:30 AM
Sparky is a fast, lightweight and fully customizable operating system which offers several versions for different use cases, such as:

  • a fully featured standard desktop version with a lightweight desktop environment. It works out of the box on almost any hardware and delivers a curated selection of software for home users.
  • the frugal MinimalGUI version with the Openbox window manager. It contains only the bare necessities and is intended for users who want full flexibility when creating their own desktop, using only the packages they desire.
  • the even more frugal MinimalCLI version without a graphical desktop. For advanced users who want to create their own desktop from the ground up or don't need a GUI.

Three special versions:
  • GameOver for computer gaming
  • Multimedia for audio and video enthusiasts and/or web-developers
  • Rescue, a system rescue toolbox (uses Openbox as a window manager)

Sparky supports about 20 desktop environments and window managers giving you freedom of choice, having in mind that your computer is made for working, having fun, entertainment, keeping in touch with friends, and many, many other things.

If you like Sparky, simply install it side to side or over your present OS.

Main features of Sparky
  • Debian based
  • stable or (semi-)rolling release
  • lightweight, fast & simple
  • your favorite desktops to choose
  • special editions: GameOver, Multimedia & Rescue
  • CLI Edition (no X) for building customized desktop
  • most wireless and mobile network cards supported
  • set of selected applications, multimedia codecs and plugins
  • own repository with a large set of additional applications
  • easy hard drive / USB installation

In general, Sparky is not targeted to Linux beginners, rather to users with some amount of Linux knowledge.
Anyway, the Linux beginners are welcome too – our forums is open for any question.

Is Sparky free?
Yes, Sparky was, is and always will be free of charge for end users.
Simply grab Sparky iso image, burn it to a blank CD/DVD disk or copy to a flash USB disk and use it to launch your computer.

Does Sparky need your support?
Yes, we don't sell Sparky, so we don't earn money.
Your support, tip, donation can keep Sparky alive.

https://sparkylinux.org/donate/

Visit the Sparkylinux website here:

https://sparkylinux.org/donate/
#10
Uploads / [New Torrent] SparkyLinux 7.4....
Last post by TheLinuxMan - June 17, 2024, 01:01:25 AM
Sparky is a fast, lightweight and fully customizable operating system which offers several versions for different use cases, such as:

  • a fully featured standard desktop version with a lightweight desktop environment. It works out of the box on almost any hardware and delivers a curated selection of software for home users.
  • the frugal MinimalGUI version with the Openbox window manager. It contains only the bare necessities and is intended for users who want full flexibility when creating their own desktop, using only the packages they desire.
  • the even more frugal MinimalCLI version without a graphical desktop. For advanced users who want to create their own desktop from the ground up or don't need a GUI.

Three special versions:
  • GameOver for computer gaming
  • Multimedia for audio and video enthusiasts and/or web-developers
  • Rescue, a system rescue toolbox (uses Openbox as a window manager)

Sparky supports about 20 desktop environments and window managers giving you freedom of choice, having in mind that your computer is made for working, having fun, entertainment, keeping in touch with friends, and many, many other things.

If you like Sparky, simply install it side to side or over your present OS.

Main features of Sparky
  • Debian based
  • stable or (semi-)rolling release
  • lightweight, fast & simple
  • your favorite desktops to choose
  • special editions: GameOver, Multimedia & Rescue
  • CLI Edition (no X) for building customized desktop
  • most wireless and mobile network cards supported
  • set of selected applications, multimedia codecs and plugins
  • own repository with a large set of additional applications
  • easy hard drive / USB installation

In general, Sparky is not targeted to Linux beginners, rather to users with some amount of Linux knowledge.
Anyway, the Linux beginners are welcome too – our forums is open for any question.

Is Sparky free?
Yes, Sparky was, is and always will be free of charge for end users.
Simply grab Sparky iso image, burn it to a blank CD/DVD disk or copy to a flash USB disk and use it to launch your computer.

Does Sparky need your support?
Yes, we don't sell Sparky, so we don't earn money.
Your support, tip, donation can keep Sparky alive.

https://sparkylinux.org/donate/

Visit the Sparkylinux website here:

https://sparkylinux.org/donate/