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What is the safest operating system today?


solitario

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Hello, I would like to ask here, taking advantage that in this forum there are many with advanced knowledge in systems, which is the safest operating system today and why. Best regards.  

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The one unknown to hackers is the safest. Because every software/OS has holes in it whether known or unknown.

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Let's assume this situation. I am the target of a government. What OS would you recommend to me?

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I would choose Linux based OS for sure.

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1 hour ago, solitario said:

Let's assume this situation. I am the target of a government. What OS would you recommend to me?

 

Something like Tails OS if you're lazy.

Or custom build your OS from scratch (not literally), take a host linux OS, download the latest linux kernel and build your own OS from there in the chroot environment, compile everything and use that.

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On 5/15/2019 at 1:44 AM, mp68terr said:

Would suggest Tails too and Qubes OS.

 

I second that. You can also custom config Archlinux from ground up.

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On 5/14/2019 at 10:04 PM, solitario said:

Let's assume this situation: I am the target of a government.

Then, use No Computer at all; no Cell-Phone, too. ;)

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On 5/14/2019 at 9:04 PM, solitario said:

Let's assume this situation. I am the target of a government.

No credit card either.

Live off the grid!

 

Glad that you are still alive :D

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1 hour ago, mp68terr said:

No credit card either.

Live off the grid!

 

Glad that you are still alive :D

 

Snowden???:)

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Tail OS, some use of the human mind and verily (historically, currently and future-proof) - a trained human mind :P

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Except the OS, I guess it is very important which web browser you use, and which firewall. In most of the browsers by default all tracking/spying options are turned on, so you need manually to disable many things.

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