Anonymous-OS

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Not to be confused with Anonym.OS. ‹See Tfd›

Anonymous-OS was a Ubuntu-based Linux distribution.[1] It was available for about one week in March 2012.

It uses MATE as desktop environment, and contains many essential software for hackers, such as Tor browser, Hash Identifier, XChat, SQL Poison, Find Host IP, ParolaPass Password Generator, and HOIC. It is similar to BackTrack.

It has been speculated that it contains trojans and malware.[2][3]

This Operating System is also NOT a release by Anonymous (group).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Anonymous Releases Its Own Linux-based Operating System
  2. ^ Anonymous OS: Fake and Full of Trojans, Members Say
  3. ^ [1]

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