Are you looking for the safest version of Linux? The best for your tasks?
Ask yourself why do you seek a Linux operating system with high performance in terms of security and test one of those Linux OS proposed in the link above.
I think they are the best Linux distributions today …. or does anyone have any better suggestion? If so, please write a comment below! Thank you.
If you use TAILS you are certainly interested to better know HEADS because Heads isn’t simply another Linux distribution, it merges physical hardening of particular hardware platforms and flash protection attributes with a Linux boot loader in ROM as well as custom Coreboot firmware.
The key factor in Heads is represented by its steady monitoring of the boot process that allows detecting if the firmware has been changed by malware.
If this first check certifies that all is unchanged, heads uses the TPM as a hardware key to decrypt the hard disk.
The certified integrity checking of the root filesystem is really effective against exploits but it doesn’t secure the system against each possible attack but it is able to effectively divert many types of attacks against the boot process and physical equipment that have usually been ignored in conventional setups, hopefully increasing the issue beyond what most attackers are willing to spend.
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Today it is allowed to publish the forecast….
Forecast data analysis will come soon..
As for the USA Presidential Forecast I used my algorithm with some (better: many) needed changes to adapt it to the Italian Referendum scenario.
Today, it is not possible to publish the results due to the Italian laws about referendum but I created a .png file that shows them. Then I obtained an on-line timestamp by http://www.originstamp.org/ and so I will be able to publish the .png forecast file tomorrow proving exactly when I created it.
Moreover, I published a Tweet with the file hash of that .png file in order to publicly prove it:
— Galigio (@galigio) December 3, 2016
Meanwhile, let me publish just some data about the main referendum hashtags trends on 11/15/2016 and today: