What we do
- Thinking hard about obscure attacks on anonymity such as clock correlation deanonymization attacks and develop countermeasures. See Dev/TimeSync.
- Add support for multiple anonymity networks to cater to different user bases.
- Invent mechanisms for rapid Debian packaging.
- genmkfile - easy and turbo packaging of scripts and config files
- Demonstrating how to hassle free write man pages.
- Example... (Using this for all related Whonix ™ packages.)
- Written in markdown.
- Just 3 lines of packaging required.
- Focus on the anonymity and privacy field, not getting into unimportant details. Understand issues regular users are having and create a better UX.
- Develop Concepts:
- General security interest, scrutiny, and connecting people. 
- Reporting issues at other projects, such as:
- The Tor Project
- Successfully communicate issues in the Tor ecosystem and do so whenever we find something. Some suggestions have been implemented and others accepted.
- Reported a number of security/privacy/anonymity issues some of them which could lead to deanonymization.
Please press on expand on the right for a list of references.
- Linux TCP Initial Sequence Numbers may aid correlation
- kloak - Keystroke Anonymization Tool
- zuluCrypt 
- Coordinate an active developer community Whonix ™ team.
- troubadour: https://github.com/troubadoour?tab=repositories
- Flexible packaging to allow cherry-picking of functionality by privacy and non-privacy distros alike: https://github.com/Whonix/anon-meta-packages/blob/master/debian/control
- providing all of Whonix ™ improvements to Debian as reusable (by others) packages split by functionality: https://github.com/Whonix
- use many packages developed by Whonix ™ with Debian too
- Timely review and merging of contributions.
- Did you know, that using non-anonymous activity in one browser and anonymous activity in another browser at the same time might get you deanonymized? We documented that and lots of other stuff.
- answers are seldom disputed: http://tor.stackexchange.com/users/80/adrelanos?tab=answers
- Run a community, doing user support.
- Extensive Documentation covering technical aspects and operational security.
- Technical documentation. For example: Configuration Files.
- Debian derivative development documentation. For example: About Debian Packaging
- Follow developments in anonymity, security and privacy, such as this apt bug, post a news, develop instructions.
- Maintain various components.
- Development. See this subset list of Whonix ™ git commits.
- >100 Whonix ™ source code repositories.
- Keep whonix.org server safe and up to date with various webapps (website, wiki, forums, issue tracker).
- Test new packages.
- Call for, review feedback by, and process feedback by testers.
- Create downloadable Whonix ™ builds.
- recent developments at Whonix
- Port to next stable version of Debian. 
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