Mon, Aug 31
We don't use this tracker for new feature requests anymore either as per:
Sun, Aug 30
Aug 23 2020
It is important to understand, that systemD is actually much more than simply an init system:
Aug 13 2020
Shipping kloak in Whonix stable for a few releases already.
Aug 12 2020
After running a bunch of tcp ping tests, the conclusion is this attack
is not really effective against TCP like ICMP. The latency is much lower
for TCP pings and though it slightly decreases with cpu stress it is not
consistent. Reloading pages in TBB with cpu stress
on/off does not impact latency readings while doing so with tc
attached has massive latency foot prints - implying it will ironically make such attacks much easier in addition to degrading performance.
Aug 7 2020
Cyrus recommends adding delays per packet to disrupt inter-packet patterns that remain. The command can be fine tuned as such:
Aug 1 2020
The good news is I think I've figured out the equivalent tc-netem command looking the slot parameter in the manual:
Jul 23 2020
Building on anything other than Debian buster is unsupported.
553 Unable to store creds for
Did you set ClientOnionAuthDir in torrc (to a directory with "private
Jul 7 2020
A few more questions:
Btw, Devuan is almost the same Debian with systemD removed from it.
Devuan even uses the same Debian binary repository with a few substitutions/replacements by its own Devuan packages just to eliminate nasty systemD.
Jul 6 2020
May I know, what do you think about Whonix vs OpenBSD in terms of security for a headless server without any GUI?
I guess it shall not be any harder to port Whonix to Devuan than porting it to original Debian.
There's no manual.
Jul 5 2020
Jun 25 2020
Thanks for the report.
Jun 24 2020
More useful information from my tests: When I setup obfs4 using the Anon-Connection-Wizard the previous obfs4 that I used worked fine. Unfortunately I can't setup snowflake from it.
Jun 23 2020
Jun 21 2020
Don't know if this is indicative of anything but after I add -log snowflake-client.log -log-to-state-dir at the end of the ClientTransportPlugin snowflake line in /usr/local/etc/torrc.d/50_user.conf I obtain the following error:
Jun 19 2020
Tor Browser onion authentication prompt:
Jun 18 2020
What Tor related apps are broken without support for this?
Alternative to github.com now needed.
Maybe this is bound per connection similar to ephemeral Tor onion services? In that case, other VMs couldn't re-use it.
Maybe this is bound per connection similar to ephemeral Tor onion services?
Update Tor to 0.4.3.5
May 30 2020
Ticket above closed and convo moved to tails-dev.
May 29 2020
The The news report  link is nowadays broken. It redirects to another page.
Indeed. The rest is tracked under component Whonix-Host.
Should we close this ticket since Whonix-Host is precisely a "usb stick with whonix installed and ready to boot", already available as an ISO image, even if still in early stage?
May 28 2020
More points that should be removed:
May 22 2020
There's no ETA.
May 20 2020
That is a question to @Patrick , he is managing Whonix repositories.
@marmarek When do things ship in Qubes updates, from the Whonix dev repo (per Patrick's comment above)? Sorry, trying to coordinate with our training and documentation peeps for the Workstation—not "eager" just needing to manage other ppl's expectations.