Use SSL and apt-cacher-ng also during genmkfile inside cowbuilder.
Tue, Jan 22
With TPO infrastructure using onions, its now a good idea to switch tb-updater to check for version info and downloads to these more secure mirrors.
Mon, Jan 21
Building initiates. I had these deps installed anyhow. Unpinning the CPU resolved some early build error, but now it craps out at RAW image creation. Not really related to your inquiry.
This is now in stretch-testers repository.
Sun, Jan 20
postpone to Whonix 15 since cryptsetup has initramfs hooks (small chance of regressions)
Sat, Jan 19
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Sun, Jan 13
Seems so. This one is a context menu option or commandline but it supports a lot more stuff than the original and it pulls in other specialized tools to do the work.
Sat, Jan 12
[quote="HulaHoop, post:8, topic:6533, full:true"]
unrar-free is redundant because it supports a smaller feature-set of unar
Fri, Jan 11
Onionshare is in Buster.
Sun, Jan 6
Fri, Jan 4
Done. You can close this ticket once you agree with edits.
Thu, Jan 3
What does it mean to “distrust the infrastructure”?
A core tenet of the Qubes philosophy is “distrust the infrastructure,” where “the infrastructure” refers to things like hosting providers, CDNs, DNS services, package repositories, email servers, PGP keyservers, etc. As a project, we focus on securing endpoints instead of attempting to secure “the middle” (i.e., the infrastructure), since one of our primary goals is to free users from being forced to entrust their security to unknown third parties. Instead, our aim is for users to be required to trust as few entities as possible (ideally, only themselves and any known persons whom they voluntarily decide to trust).
Users can never fully control all the infrastructure they rely upon, and they can never fully trust all the entities who do control it. Therefore, we believe the best solution is not to attempt to make the infrastructure trustworthy, but instead to concentrate on solutions that obviate the need to do so. We believe that many attempts to make the infrastructure appear trustworthy actually provide only the illusion of security and are ultimately a disservice to real users. Since we don’t want to encourage or endorse this, we make our distrust of the infrastructure explicit.
Wed, Jan 2
Fri, Dec 28
From this size comparison on Debian wiki, I think the best and most secure option is the smallest and most minimal one: micro-httpd
Dec 22 2018
We still have the warning on https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Onion_Services.
onion V3 (repo,website,forum…) reported from different sources is down.