Subgraph OS: Most Secure, Open Source Linux Operating System For Non-Technical People

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Subgraph OS Most Secure, Open Source Linux Operating System For Non-Technical PeopleSubgraph OS – A new secure Linux operating system which aims to make resisting hacking attacks easier, even on fairly low-powered laptops. Subgraph OS come with Privacy and security options auto-configured, also emanating the user’s manual configuration. It offers more than kernel security.

Subgraph OS is designed for Non- technical people. The president of the Subgraph – David Mirza Ahmad, he said in phone interview, Subgraph’s four-man team recently received funding from the Open Technology Fund (OTF) to work on the operating system.

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Subgraph OS comes with full-disk encryption and a way to sandbox the exploits to reduce the user’s exposed surface. With an OpenPGP mail integration, the user’s has been access to signed encrypted email. Subgraph OS has been designed with easy-to-use approach, so you don’t need to execute commands in a terminal windows or any external plug-ins.

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The Tor anonymity routes all user’s traffic through it. The OS allows to hard to track the location of attacker. However, this project is focused on the security more than anonymity.

The current release of Subgraph OS in Pre-alpha stage. You can get more information from official website – Subgraph OS and GitHub repository.

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