Tails 3.10.1 Release

Tails 3.10.1 Release

new version of Tails has been released. Tails 3.10.1 is a Debian-based live distribution whose goal is to help its users to browse the Internet anonymously and to circumvent censorship.

Tails 3.10.1 Release

Upgrades and changes

  • Hide the PIM option when unlocking VeraCrypt volumes because PIM won't be supported until Tails 4.0. (#16031)
  • Rename the buttons in the confirmation dialog of Tails Installer to Install (or Upgrade) and Cancel to be less confusing. (#11501)
  • Update Linux to 4.8.
  • Update Tor Browser to 8.0.3.
  • Update Thunderbird to 60.2.1.

Fixed problems

  • Prevent Tor Browser from leaking the language of the session. (#16029)
  • Prevent Additional Software from asking to persist packages which are already configured as additional software. (#15983)
  • Prevent Tails Installer from crashing when issuing an error message with international characters (non-ASCII). (#15166)
  • Fix the VeraCrypt support for multiple encryption (cascades of ciphers). (#15967)
  • Harden the configuration of sudo to prevent privilege escalation. (#15829)

For more details, read our changelog.

Known issues

None specific to this release.

See the list of long-standing issues.

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