Hackers, Government Agencies and sophisticated malware, are collecting every piece of Digital data that we transmit through our Computers, Smartphones or Internet-enabled Gadgets.
Which Operating System is the Most Secure?
Introducing… Qubes OS, “Security by Isolation.”
‘dom0’ i.e. Domain Zero, is the control domain of the Xen Hypervisor that has direct access to hardware.
- Enabling execution of each separate component in its window environment on the same screen.
- Also, you can view and use each active “window” much like how Linux allows you to open many windows on one desktop screen.
“It is like using a VMware server with multiple guest OSes,” explained Joanna Rutkowska, founder and CEO of Invisible Things Lab.
Qubes Supports Whonix (Anonymous Operating System)
- Microsoft Windows
- Linux distributions
The team sitting at the ‘Invisible Things Project’ with the release of Qubes 3.0 are focussing on its successor, and they have already planned the maturing of the next version by the end of October.
Doesn’t sound so great does it?
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Future Release: Qubes 3.1
Moreover, they have also given what features are going to support Qubes 3.1, and they are:
- UEFI support
- Live USB Edition
- Management/pre-configuration stack: The Big Killer Feature of the upcoming 3.1 release, which will make it easy to provide out of the box configurations for things such as: out of the box Whonix/Tor, or Split GPG, or default USB sandboxing VM, which currently the user must do manually.