Secure-K OS is a new Debian-based Linux distribution running on a live USB. Distribution is designed to provide secure communication and anonymous web browsing using applications such as the Tox messaging application and the Web Tor browser.
Secure-K comes with the GNOME Shell desktop environment and is developed by Mon-K.
The company reports that Secure-K already has a full range of encrypted applications: chat tools, video and VOIP, an anonymous web browser, a full range of office products, and secure Mon-K cloud security for copying security and recovery if you lose your USB.
The company recently added the possibility of encrypted email.
Although the company said the distribution will be released in October, we can now find out if the Secure-K is the functional Mon-K claims with a free version it released.
Mon-K says the OS will be released in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB in personal and business versions.
The following USB versions are currently available:
Secure-K OS Personal HWM 32GB
Secure-K OS Personal HWP 32GB
Secure-K OS Personal Software
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Download the free version and read the differences between light and full version from official webpage: