Septor Linux 2020.1 Anonymous OS Released with Tor Browser 9.0.5

Septor Linux 2020.1

Debian-based Septor Linux distribution has been updated today to version 2020.1, a maintenance release that mostly updates core components and apps.

Synced with the stable software repositories of the Debian GNU/Linux 10 “Buster” operating system series as of February 11th, 2020, Septor Linux 2020.1 is here to offer user an up-to-date live system for surfing the Internet anonymously using the latest Tor technologies.

Included in this release, there’s the latest Tor Browser 9.0.5 anonymous web browser, which is based on the recently released Mozilla Firefox 68.5.0 ESR web browser, the Mozilla Thunderbird 68.4.1 email and news client, as well as the Linux 5.4 LTS kernel series.

As for the novelties, this release ships with Kup Backup System, a KDE utility for backing up your important files on external disk drives. Kup supports two backup methods, one that keeps your system in sync at all times and another that keeps older backups in the same folder.

Septor uses KDE Plasma as default desktop environment. This new release comes with KDE Plasma 5.14.5, which is accompanied by the KDE Frameworks 5.54.0 open-source software suite and Qt 5.11.3 application framework.

Other popular apps included in the Septor live system are the VeraCrypt open-source disk encryption software, OnionShare client, Ricochet IM anonymous instant messaging client, LibreOffice office suite, GIMP image editor, VLC media player, HexChat IRC client, GParted partition editor, and Synaptic package manager.

You can download Septor Linux 2020.1 right now using the link below or from the official website. Don’t hesitate to check out the video overview below, courtesy of the Septor developers, if you want to see this Debian-based distribution in action.

Septor Linux 2020.1
Septor 2020.1
Septor 2020 overview

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