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Tails 1.4 Screencast and Screenshots
Tails 1.4 Screencast:
Tails, The Amnesic Incognito Live System, version 1.4, is out.
This release fixes numerous security issues and all users must upgrade as soon as possible.
The new version of the Debian-based live disc offers users a number of new features, including an updated copy of the Tor Browser and the Tor anonymity software has been upgraded to version 0.2.6.7. Tails 1.4 also ships with Paperkey, a program which allows users to print physical copies of their security keys.
We disabled in Tails the new circuit view of Tor Browser 4.5 for security reasons. You can still use the network map of Vidalia to inspect your circuits.
Tails OpenPGP Applet now has a shortcut to the gedit text editor, thanks to Ivan Bliminse.
Paperkey lets you print a backup of your OpenPGP secret keys on paper.