Qubes OS - Security-oriented operating system # Around the Web

Qubes OS is a security-oriented operating system (OS). The OS is the software that runs all the other programs on a computer. Some examples of popular OSes are Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Android, and iOS. Qubes is free and open-source software (FOSS). This means that everyone is free to use, copy, and change the software in any way. It also means that the source code is openly available so others can contribute to and audit it.

Whonix version support policy

With the recent release of Whonix 14 and subsequent announcement that Whonix 13 will reach EOL (end-of-life) on 2018-09-30, we have updated the Supported Versions page with a (...)

12 September
Introducing the Qubes U2F Proxy

Today we’d like to announce the Qubes U2F Proxy. It is a secure proxy intended to make use of U2F two-factor authentication devices with web browsers without exposing the (...)

10 September
QSB #43: L1 Terminal Fault speculative side channel (XSA-273)

Dear Qubes Community, We have just published Qubes Security Bulletin (QSB) #43: L1 Terminal Fault speculative side channel (XSA-273). The text of this QSB is reproduced (...)

1 September
Whonix 13 approaching EOL

With the recent release of Whonix 14, Whonix 13 will reach EOL (end-of-life) on 2018-09-30. We strongly recommend that all Qubes users who have Whonix TemplateVMs or (...)

23 August
XSA-268, XSA-269, XSA-271, and XSA-272 do not affect the security of Qubes OS

Dear Qubes Community, The Xen Project has published Xen Security Advisories 268, 269, 271, and 272 (XSA-268, XSA-269, XSA-271, and XSA-272, respectively). These XSAs do not (...)

13 August
QSB #42: Linux netback driver OOB access in hash handling (XSA-270)

Dear Qubes Community, We have just published Qubes Security Bulletin (QSB) #42: Linux netback driver OOB access in hash handling (XSA-270). The text of this QSB is reproduced (...)

13 August
Whonix 14 has been released

After more than two years of development, the Whonix Project is proud to announce the release of Whonix 14. Whonix 14 is based on the Debian stretch (Debian 9) distribution (...)

6 August
[Video] Micah Lee presents Qubes OS at HOPE 2018

Micah Lee, a long-time Qubes advocate, presented Qubes OS: The Operating System That Can Protect You Even If You Get Hacked at the Circle of HOPE conference, which took place (...)

2 August
XSA-274 does not affect the security of Qubes OS

The Xen Project has published Xen Security Advisory 274 (XSA-274). This XSA does not affect the security of Qubes OS, and no user action is necessary. This XSA has been added (...)

24 July
XSA-264, XSA-265, and XSA-266 do not affect the security of Qubes OS

The Xen Project has published Xen Security Advisories 264, 265 and 266 (XSA-264, XSA-265, and XSA-266, respectively). These XSAs do not affect the security of Qubes OS, and no (...)

26 June

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