KODACHI, a new privacy focused distro

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  1. kareldjag

    kareldjag Registered Member

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    Hi

    As suggested on this thread https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=355861 KODACHI is a distribution designed mostly for privacy protection

    http://www.digi77.com/linux-kodachi/

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/linuxkodachi/

    Based on Linux Mint Olivia, this distro provides interesting security and privacy features, like the DNS anti-leak feature, browser hardened with extensions, security and privacy arsenal (VMs, TC etc).

    Launched by a campany that dedicates its business model on Privacy protection, as they sell VPN plans, enabled by default on Kodachi.
    They for instance provides an SSL verification soft.

    But...as not designed by a non profit organization, i currently not recommend it as an anti-censorship solution.
    More over, the Ultrasurf syndrome requires for any columist or dissident in non democratic country to be armored with the dear prudence...

    Even paid, i tend to see Fortress Linux VPN solution as more trusted than Kodachi, even if i did not deeply investigate this last one (time...time...time).
    http://dns.fortresslinux.org/
    A quick privacy test here http://noc.to/

    Tested on USB with the help of Lili for one hour, currently connected with tor.

    Then hope more reviews and comments from privacy breach fighters.

    rgds
     
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