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Now I've got Ubuntu on a partition, and it's rockin' - But no dual boot menu. So I am having to keep the USB device in the slot for now.
Originally posted by Hefficide
reply to post by Xoanon
My motive wasn't privacy really. I take the alternative view on that subject. In fact I am pondering a thread on the notion. Since anonymity is a myth anyway - IE, go ahead and hide behind nine proxies.... they still all transfer packets and keep logs. Logs that can be followed if you have enough "pull" - so my approach is the opposite. I GLUT the information stream with my info.
If there are really good portable versions out there with a LOT of encryption and will fit on a USB stick... I would be interested in a heads up! Never know when one might need to post something from a public place - on a disposable device.
Lightweight Portable Security
Lightweight Portable Security (LPS) is a Linux-based live CD with a goal of allowing users to work on a computer without the risk of exposing their credentials and private data to malware, key loggers and other Internet-era ills.
It includes a minimal set of applications and utilities, such as the Firefox web browser or an encryption wizard for encrypting and decrypting personal files.
The live CD is a product produced by the United States of America's Department of Defence and is part of that organization's Software Protection Initiative.