Septor is another Linux operating system that focuses on maintaining anonymity and privacy while browsing the Internet.
Septor distribution uses Debian Testing as the basis, and as the default desktop environment, KDE Plasma.
The latest release, (2019 version), was announced yesterday and comes with the Linux kernel 4.19.12, KDE Plasma 5.14.3, LibreOffice 6.1.3, GIMP 2.10.8, VLC 3.0.5, as well as many privacy-enhancing applications such as a launcher to download the latest Tor browser, OnionShare 1.3.2 (an anonymous file sharing utility) and Ricochet 1.1.4 (an instant messaging client developed by Invisible.im).
The Thunderbird 60.3.1, HexChat 2.14.2, and QuiteRSS 0.18.12 applications are all pre-selected for Internet access via the Tor network.
The distribution can be used as Live or even installed on a hard disk through the standard Debian installer.
Visit the original project page for more information. Septor 2019 is available for download from SourceForge: