This the same for any Linux distribution. Unspecific to Whonix ™.
There are no automated tools which have sufficient usability to be actually useful for end users. Not generating more questions, confusion than gain.
Related, current state of development of security-focused operating systems:
- The Problem with Security Guides and How We Can Fix It [archive]
- Fixing the Desktop Linux Security Model [archive]
- Linux User Experience versus Commercial Operating Systems
For Whonix ™ there is whonixcheck. For Kicksecure ™, a port might be created securitycheck or so.
But even if such system check tools exist, there is also the question how much coverage these tools implement. An all-encompassing automated testing suite of all functionality, all security features is far from being implementing.
There are some certification / audit tools but not usable for users. See Dev/certification.
Related: Security Reviews and Feedback
Realistically, users can only Trust that packages work as described and intended, develop skills to audit that for themselves and/or pay someone to do that for them.
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