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A screenshot of Anonym.OS Beta 4
OS familyOpenBSD
Working stateUnmaintained
Source modelOpen source
Latest releaseBeta 4 / 2006
Kernel typeMonolithic

Anonym.OS was a Live CD operating system based on OpenBSD 3.8 with strong encryption and anonymization tools. The goal of the project was to provide secure, anonymous web browsing access to everyday users.[1] The operating system was OpenBSD 3.8, although many packages have been added to facilitate its goal. It used Fluxbox as its window manager.

The project was discontinued after the release of Beta 4 (2006).


Designed, created and distributed by kaos.theory/security.research.


Although this specific project is no longer updated, its successors are Incognito OS (discontinued in 2008) and FreeSBIE.[2]

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  1. ^ Quinn Norton (January 14, 2006). "Anonyity on a Disc". Archived from the original on February 11, 2007. Retrieved November 6, 2011.
  2. ^ "Anonym.OS LiveCD". DistroWatch. Retrieved November 6, 2011.

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