Saturday, January 28, 2006

Anonym.OS

So, after reading a hyping-good review on Wired News, I decided to download and try out Anonym.OS.

In short, this is a live CD preconfigured for the privacy zealot/freak. It is really interesting, because it really has all the good things there by default, including Tor and Wi-Fi support. The underlying OpenBSD operating system is meant for security, so we are talking about a strong solution.

However, it is slow. How slow? Very very very very slooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow. I tested it at work, on a fairly solid machine, and I was waiting and waiting and waiting.

Thus, its useful, but only so much. Maybe it will have a proper maturity in a few versions...

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