Previously, on Deepdotweb: I recommended five Linux distros you should check out in the article A Few Linux Distros For Dark Web Explorers.
So, I was asked to write a “sequel,” and as you probably know, it’s a challenge to make a sequel as good as the original. Nonetheless, there are a lot more Linux operating systems out there, and I managed to find a few that you all might want to check out.
“What? Did you say Subgraph?” Yes – in spite of the fact that Subgraph OS is easy to learn and use, it is considered by many to be one of the most secure operating systems.
In fact, The Hacker News recently referred to it as a “secure Linux operating system for non-technical users.”
Part of the reason that Subgraph OS (let’s just call it SOS) is geared toward noobs is that it comes with all the privacy and security options automatically configured. Plus, many other distros that emphasize security are very system resource-heavy, and can only be used with certain hardware.
They can also prove to be a real test for