Whonix aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity by helping you use your applications anonymously. A web browser, IRC client, word processor, and more come pre-configured with security in mind.
It is a complete operating system, designed to be used inside a host operating system. It is Free Software and based on Tor, Debian GNU/Linux, and security by isolation.
Would you like to contribute to the Whonix project?
Contributing can be as easy as sharing the blog over social media, volentering, or making a monitary donation.
For more ideas on how to get involved see the Contribute wiki page or click on the "Contribute" tag to see where volenteers are most needed.
- Hiring: Linux Distribution Developers! November 28, 2017Whonix has found a sponsor. Details will be announced later. We are hiring Linux Distribution Developers! – programming / scripting skills – Any or multiple of the following languages: linux shell scripting, python, C, C++, perhaps others – git Bonus,… Read more › The post Hiring: Linux Distribution Developers! appeared first on Whonix.Patrick Schleizer
- Overview of Libre Software related Mobile Projects November 25, 2017Rough overview. Some notes. Please contribute to the overview. See: https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Dev/mobile The post Overview of Libre Software related Mobile Projects appeared first on Whonix.Patrick Schleizer
- RAM Encryption? November 16, 2017There is PrivateCore vCage. Couldn’t find much information at their website. Seems like a commercial product. Would wonder about the prices out of curiosity. Are there any other competition products? Or even Libre Software / Open Source ones? The closest… Read more › The post RAM Encryption? appeared first on Whonix.Patrick Schleizer
- meek_lite: A New Pluggable Transport in Whonix 14 November 6, 2017meek_lite: A New Pluggable Transport in Whonix 14 Greetings Whonix users! The Whonix development team is thrilled to announce that a new pluggable transport called meek_lite will be available in Whonix 14. This blog post will briefly describe meek_lite and… Read more › The post meek_lite: A New Pluggable Transport in Whonix 14 appeared first on Whonix.iry
- GSoC with Tor and Whonix: Anon-Connection-Wizard August 29, 2017Hello everyone! I am iry. As some of you have noticed, I have been working on an application called anon-connection-wizard as a Google Summer of Code(GSoC) project this year. I was under the mentor and help of the Whonix core… Read more › The post GSoC with Tor and Whonix: Anon-Connection-Wizard appeared first on Whonix.iry
- Whonix Livestream 17.June.2017 – Let’s talk Reality Winner June 21, 2017I’ve just wrapped up the third monthly Patreon Live Stream. This time I covered the Reality Winner leaks, what kind of mistakes were done by the Intercept as well as her and why these leaks are going to have a… Read more › The post Whonix Livestream 17.June.2017 – Let’s talk Reality Winner appeared first on Whonix.Ego
- In Defense of The Intercept on the Reality Winner Case June 9, 2017All of the blame has unfairly been put on The Intercept for Reality Winner’s arrest to paint them as incompetent and scare away potential whistle-blowers. While yellow printer dots are one of the ways to trace the document to the… Read more › The post In Defense of The Intercept on the Reality Winner Case appeared first on Whonix.HulaHoop
- Listen Port Convention May 30, 2017Server applications using Tor ephemeral onion services such as ricochet-im, onionshare, ZeroNet and unMessage usually listen on localhost only, as Tor usually runs on the same system and is able to map them. However, due to Whonix’s split design, Tor… Read more › The post Listen Port Convention appeared first on Whonix.dau
- 2nd Patreon Stream Now Public – Let’s talk Quantum May 12, 2017I’ve just wrapped up the second monthly Patreon Live Stream, this time sadly without Patrick, due to an error on my part. This time I covered quantum computing, its threats for current encryption and verification standards and what it is… Read more › The post 2nd Patreon Stream Now Public – Let’s talk Quantum appeared first on Whonix.Ego
- Beyond #Grsecurity: The Future of Linux security is Brighter than Ever May 3, 2017Those of us following security news have heard about grsec’s decision by now. If you are a current grsec sponsor reading this who doesn’t like their de-facto violation of kernel code licensing, I urge you to privately leak updated versions… Read more › The post Beyond #Grsecurity: The Future of Linux security is Brighter than Ever appeared first on Whonix. […]HulaHoop