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Tails is based on Debian so the hardware support is basically the same. You should definitively have a look at the known issues, which lists the problematic hardware. From my experience, Lenovo Thinkpads are perfectly supported.


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Smartphones based on ARM are not supported yet. Tails is based on Debian, and the support of smartphone specific issues (like touch screens) is not mature enough and widely supported for now


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are there any security loopholes or anonymity breaches by downloading files from .onion sites to the second USB drive? Are there any give-aways during transmission. Even if Tails can't protect against compromised hardware, the internal Harddrive is not accessible from Tails by default, so an eventual attacker should not be able to make a copy of your data ...


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How do I find the last time a Tails Encrypted Persistent Storage was accessed? Here is a way to show the last 10 modified files in your Persistent folder: find . -type f -printf '%TF %TT %p\n' | sort | tail -10 (navigate to this folder first, of course) Please note that this command only shows last modifications (and does not take into account if your file ...


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Unfortunately an old issue. Moved and closed several times but still not resolved: Distribute IPv6 bridges through bridges.torproject.org. BridgeDB so far only works for IPv6 vanilla bridges. I have 2 IPv6 obfs4 bridges running in Germany. If you want the IP's mail me (+gpg-key) or use keybase.


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I found this, maybe is what you ar looking for: https://github.com/bcapptain/dockernymous is like Whonix with Docker, creates 2 containers and redirects all traffic from container 1 through container 2, and container 2 has tor connection that anonymizes everything.


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