Whonix ™ isn't a program like most of your applications. It's a full operating system that runs inside your current one. Select which operating system your computer is running.
The Tor ® Project
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Connections are forced through Tor®. DNS leaks are impossible, and even malware with root privileges cannot discover the user's real IP address. Leak tested through corridor (Tor® traffic whitelisting gateway) and other leak tests.
Booting into Live Mode is a simple as choosing Live Mode in the boot menu.
Better encryption thanks to preinstalled random number generators.
Different applications are routed through different paths through the Tor® network.
AppArmor profiles to restrict the capabilities of commonly used, high-risk applications.
Whonix uses Kernel Hardening Settings as recommended by the Kernel Self Protection Project (KSPP).
Run Android Application using anbox.
Additional Security Hardening measures and user education through Whonix provide better protection from viruses.
Configured for anonymous Tor® use.
Visit any website including modern websites such as YouTube.
Running low on RAM isn't a security problem. swap-file-creator will create an encrypted swap file.
Whonix is the safest way to Onion Services .
You don’t have to trust our word that it respects and protects you. It is independently verifiable by security experts and software developers around the world. This improves security and privacy for everyone.
Your data always belongs to you, and only you. We don’t make advertising deals or collect sensitive personal data. We’re funded directly by our users paying what they want. And that’s how it should be.
A canary confirms that no warrants have been served on the Whonix project.
In oversimplified terms, Whonix is just a collection of configuration files and scripts. Whonix is not a stripped down version of Debian; anything possible in "vanilla" Debian GNU/Linux can be replicated in Whonix. About Whonix
There are no artificial restrictions on how users can reconfigure the system.
All of Whonix source code is licensed under OSI Approved Licenses. We respect the rights of our users. All of Whonix is available for review, scrutiny, modification, and redistribution by anyone. Which improves security and privacy for everyone.