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Old 04. Mar 2016, 03:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Subgraph as secure user friendly OS

TheHackerNews has given a very high note to Subgraph.

From past experience, TOR has always been a slow browsing experience.
Sure, LinuxMint went through a rough ride with recent hack attack but it has learned from its "faults" and promises to be more secure than ever.

It would be nice to see Linux distros come together and offer all the flavors one can imagine under one roof. Hence concentrating all their energies... Utopia?
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Seems like a nice idea but IMO destined to become as popular as a paper hat in a thunderstorm. The unpopularity of the similar Qubes OS which doesn't even feature on Distrowatch already says it all. There is more than enough security built into Linux for home users to remain perfectly secure without needing something akin to Emmet bolted into their system. If Linux was a more attractive target then maybe this level of hardened security would become necessary but whilst Windows still operates as top dog, this scenario is a long way off.
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