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Pinned repositories

  1. vpn-firewall

    Leak Protection (Fail Safe Mechanism) for (Open)VPN

    Shell 104 42

  2. Whonix

    Forked from Whonix/Whonix

    Whonix is an operating system focused on anonymity, privacy and security. It's based on the Tor anonymity network, Debian GNU/Linux and security by isolation. DNS leaks are impossible, and not even…

    Shell 22 1

  3. PasswordTrainer

    PasswordTrainer can help remembering new and existing passwords. Should run on any GNU/Linux distribution. Depends on bash and zenity. Small source code. Bash script. Nothing compiled. Easy to verify.

    Shell 5 3

  4. corridor

    Forked from rustybird/corridor

    Tor traffic whitelisting gateway - Debian focussed fork of

    Shell 2

  5. sdwdate

    Forked from Whonix/sdwdate

    Secure Distributed Web Date; privacy, anonymity and Tor friendly; console time fetcher and daemon; supports plugins, such as connection checker, graphical user interface etc. Website: https://www.w…

    Python 1

  6. onion-grater

    Forked from Whonix/onion-grater

    Whitelisting filter for dangerous Tor control protocol commands - - For example it allows using Tor Browser's New Identity feature on Anonymity Distribution Wor…


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Contribution activity

August 2018

Created a pull request in QubesOS/qubes-core-admin that received 2 comments

$tag:anon-vm $anyvm deny

Why do we set that using salt? Simpler and more robust to just set it here.…

+1 −0 2 comments

Created an issue in QubesOS/qubes-issues that received 13 comments

no longer install emacs and vim by default

Qubes and by extension Qubes-Whonix is primarily a desktop focussed operating system. Most users prefer GUI applications over terminal. I am sure e…


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