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This documentation is a crash course in anonymity and security on the Internet. Whonix is a technological means to anonymity, but staying safe necessitates complete behavioral change; it is a complex problem without an easy solution. The more you know, the safer you can be.


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Anonymous user #1

2 months ago
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Thank you for your best project.

Some times the whonix-gateway "whonix-firewall" was failed.

Anonymous user #1

one month ago
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I wholly admire what appears to be honest and generous full disclosure to the best ability of what is known presented humbly as it reveals known imperfections (vulnerabilities) and even possible problems. The verification system is simply more exemplary business. With all that said now remember it is pro bono and it's totally open source available without limit at no cost.

NOW with ALLLLL THAT said I must also admit and inform that it is insurmountable. By the time I get through this the right way and become proficient enough to be sure as I can for myself without help if I am not dead by that yet I will be way past the point where I would love to use this right now.

I am sorry. I was born a little to early to embrace this. But I will give money for setting this up for me....with secure hardware too.

Anonymous user #1

12 days ago
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what is different between tailsOS and .i2p invisable to web ?

Do We connecting via non register your name mobile sim card to cell tower is much safer to connected via your home and your working/university via register your real name and ID?


3 days ago
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Whonix comparison with Tails and others:


Anonymous user #1

12 days ago
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For working We are using Window 10 Professional connecting via AD ( actitive directory ) and back log by window server 20003 or 2010 /2013 etc

Log in via Window hello or Keycard or Universal Serivvel Bus creditadal or eight to fifteen password

For graphic desginer or marketing team , we are using Mactpsch PRofessional with Apple capsulate Router connected Via OSX and Network Attacted storage buying property close source code likes Apple software and Adobe cloud subcribation for product design (that is much expensive solution)

For banking using MongoDB(Database ) and Oracle (database ) / or interional business machinese software connected to Cisco Switch and Cisco router / Backed With Cisco business access point and Cisco Controller / Using AVAYA / or UC&C unfield Communication Voice over internet protocal phone and Video conference equitment

for privacy protecter we are using F-droid and .i2p and PGP applet vertification and Site to Site Virtual private network in license Router likes Checkpoint system and Junipter network and Fortigate / Fortinet connect via Blackberry enterprise Server

how is whonix compare to Google Fi and Project Fi ?


3 days ago
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Interesting. You're doing a lot.

Hope Whonix will be useful for you. If you're a company and if Whonix is useful for you, please consider a monthly donation.


> how is whonix compare to Google Fi and Project Fi ?

Google Fi looks like a mobile network carrier.

Whonix is software, the anonymous operating system.
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