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  * Major changes
    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 9.0.4-build1 (MFSA-2020-03)

  * Bugfixes
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    - Avoid the Upgrader proposing to upgrade to the version
      that's already running (Closes: #17425)
    - Avoid 2 minutes delay while rebooting after applying an automatic
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    - Make Thunderbird support TLS 1.3 (Closes: #17333)
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  * Build system
    - IUK generation: don't make all files in the SquashFS diff
      owned by root, otherwise an upgraded system cannot start
      (Closes: #17422)

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  * Major changes
    - Switch to a redesigned upgrade system (Closes: #15281), which:
      - removes the need for manual upgrades caused by lack of disk space
        on the Tails device
      - uses less RAM
    - Bump snapshot of the Debian archive to 2019122802

  * Security fixes
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    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 9.0.3 (Closes: #17402)
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    - Upgrade Linux to 5.3.15-1 (Closes: #17332)
      and upgrade the aufs module to 5.3-20191223
    - Upgrade Thunderbird to 1:68.3.0-2~deb10u1
    - Upgrade libsasl2 to 2.1.27+dfsg-1+deb10u1
    - Upgrade python3-ecdsa to 0.13-3+deb10u1

  * Bugfixes
    - KeePassXC:
      - Open ~/Persistent/keepassx.kdbx by default again (Closes: #17212)
      - Open the database specified by the user on the command-line, if any
      - Fix database renaming prompt
    - Upgrader:
      - Ensure debugging info lands in the Journal before we refer to it
      - Catch more download errors
    - Upgrade amd64-microcode to 3.20191218.1, which removes firmware
      updates that cause issues

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Add metadata analysis tools used by SecureDrop (Closes: #17178)
    - Refresh the signing key before checking for available upgrades
      (Closes: #15279)
    - Port the Upgrader and perl5lib to a set of dependencies that are
      faster and have a lower memory footprint (Closes: #17152)
    - Ensure IUKs don't include files of our website if their content
      has not changed (refs: #15290)
    - Zero heap memory at allocation time and at free time (Closes: #17236)

  * Build system
    - Import the Upgrader and perl5lib codebases into tails.git
      (part of #7036)
    - lint_po: ignore pre-existing rply cache file that can cause
      trouble if it's corrupted (Closes: #17359)
    - Move generate-languages-list to auto/scripts
    - import-translations: work around the lack of usable branches
      in Tor's translation.git (Closes: #17279)
    - Build released IUKs on Jenkins and verify that they match
      those built locally by the Release Manager (Closes: #15287)
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      use the new tarball that includes every langpacks (Closes: #17400)
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  * Test suite
    - Adapt for the "one single SquashFS diff" upgrade scheme
    - Chutney: update to upstream 33cbff7fc73aa51a785197c5f4afa5a91d81de9c
      (Closes: #16792)
    - Fix tagging of Chutney exit relays and bridge authorities
    - Tag Chutney clients as such
    - Wait for all Chutney nodes to have bootstrapped before assuming
      the simulated Tor network is ready
    - Don't try to save tor control sockets as artifacts
    - Add a crude script to generate IUKs for our test suite
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  * Bugfixes
    - Drop all network drivers from the initramfs to shrink its size
      drastically. Going over the 32 MiB mark might be the reason why so
      many Apple machines can't boot 4.1 while they could boot 4.0
      (Closes: #17320).
    - Only allow up to (but excluding) 32 MiB for initramfs accordingly.
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  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Fix escape sequence in tails-gdm-failed-to-start.service, to avoid a
      warning message (Closes: #17166).

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    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 9.0.2-build2, based on Firefox ESR 68.3
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    - Upgrade Thunderbird to 68.2.2 (Closes: #16771, #17220, #17222, #17267).
    - Upgrade Enigmail to 2:2.1.3+ds1-4~deb10u2 accordingly.
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  * Security fixes
    - Upgrade Linux to 5.3.9-2 from sid (Closes: #17124).
    - Disable unprivileged userfaultfd syscall (Closes: #17196).
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    - Upgrade file to 1:5.35-4+deb10u1 (DSA-4550-1).
    - Upgrade FriBidi to 1.0.5-3.1+deb10u1 (DSA-4561-1).
    - Upgrade Ghostscript to 9.27~dfsg-2+deb10u3 (DSA-4569-1)
    - Upgrade Intel microcode to 3.20191112.1~deb10u1 (DSA-4565-1,
      CVE-2019-0117).
    - Upgrade libarchive to 3.3.3-4+deb10u1 (DSA-4557-1).
    - Upgrade libvpx to 1.7.0-3+deb10u1 (DSA-4578-1).
    - Upgrade libxslt to 1.1.32-2.2~deb10u1 (CVE-2019-18197).
    - Upgrade ncurses to 6.1+20181013-2+deb10u2 (CVE-2019-17594,
      CVE-2019-17595).
    - Upgrade Python 2.7 to 2.7.16-2+deb10u1 (CVE-2018-20852,
      CVE-2019-10160, CVE-2019-16056, CVE-2019-16935, CVE-2019-9740,
      CVE-2019-9947).
    - Upgrade Qt to 5.11.3+dfsg1-1+deb10u1 (DSA-4556-1).
    - Upgrade tcpdump to 4.9.3-1~deb10u1 (DSA-4547-1).
    - Upgrade WebKitGTK to 2.26.2-1~deb10+1 (DSA-4558-1, DSA-4563-1).
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  * Bugfixes
    - Remove TorBirdy (Closes: #17219, #17269).
    - Use keys.openpgp.org's Onion service as the default keyserver
      (Closes: #12689, #14770).
    - Fix ordering of GTK bookmarks setup vs. Tor Browser directories
      creation (Closes: #17206).
    - Bring back the "Show Passphrase" button in the Greeter
      (Closes: #17177).
    - Bring back "Open in Terminal" entry in the GNOME Files context menu
      (Closes: #17186).
    - Revert "Browsers: disable the Quantum Bar." (Closes: #17143).
    - Revert "Hide all Tor connection-related settings in
      about:preferences in all browsers" (Closes: #17214).
    - Wait until Tor has bootstrapped before we try to upgrade Additional
      Software (Closes: #17203).
    - Fix the "GDM failed to start" splash screen functionality
      (Closes: #17200).

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - htpdate: stop sending User-Agent that fakes Tor Browser
      (Closes: #12023).
    - HTP: replace encrypted.google.com with www.google.com.
    - Remove signal handler from Greeter UI file (Closes: #17240).
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    - Upgrade AMD microcode to 3.20191021.1.
    - Upgrade fonts-noto-cjk to 1:20170601+repack1-3+deb10u1
      (Debian#907999).
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  * Build system
    - Update Vagrant box to Buster (Closes: #16868).
    - Adjust to timedatectl's output on Buster.
    - Adjust to Buster's debootstrap.
    - Vagrant: ensure the chroot has a /proc filesystem while running
      postinstall.sh
    - Vagrant: install po4a from Stretch in the basebox.
    - build-tails: wait for NTP to be disabled before setting the desired
      date.
    - Bump APT snapshot of the Debian archive to 2019111801, including the
      10.2 point release of Buster (Closes: #17124, #17021).
    - Install virtualbox 6.0.12-dfsg-1 from our custom APT repository
      (Closes: #17161).

  * Test suite
    - Ensure we don't break tests by opening the Applications menu in
      post_vm_start_hook (Closes: #17164).
    - Improve GnuPG testing (Closes: #12689):
      · Switch to using sajolida's key.
      · Start adjusting for keys.openpgp.org.
      · Make the "GnuPG's dirmngr uses the configured keyserver" step
        actually test what it is meant to.
      · Make error strings better reflect what failure they are about.
      · Ensure dirmngr uses IPv4 since our CI runs on an IPv4-only
        infrastructure.
    - Ensure dirmngr picks up the changes we make to its configuration.
    - Switch backend keyservers (Closes: #14770).
    - Don't leave redir(1) processes behind (Closes: #14948).
    - Update image for Buster (Closes: #14770).
    - Update fragility status of Seahorse scenarios.
    - Avoid multiple instances of tcpdump writing to the same file,
      resulting in an unparsable network capture (Closes: #17102).
    - Update for Thunderbird 68 (Closes: #17269).

  * Documentation:
    - Remove or adapt mentions to Tails Installer as only installation
      method (Closes: #17204).
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    - Add a warning about which Tails to run rsync from (Closes: #17197).
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  * Major changes
    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 9.0-build2, based on Firefox ESR 68.2.

  * Security fixes
    - Upgrade IBus to 1.5.19-4+deb10u1.0tails1 (Closes: #17144)
    - Upgrade sudo to 1.8.27-1+deb10u1

  * Bugfixes
    - Fix regressions brought by the integration of Tor Browser 9.0:
      · Fix non-English spellchecking (Closes: #17150)
      · Unsafe Browser: don't enable private browsing mode, don't display
        Tor Browser icons, hide the new "New identity" toolbar button
        (Closes: #17142)
      · Hide all Tor connection-related settings in about:preferences
        (Closes: #17157)
    - Fix Stealth Onion services in OnionShare (Closes: #17162)
    - Upgrade OpenSSL to 1.1.1d-0+deb10u2

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Don't include the locales package (Closes: #17132)
    - Update htpdate's User-Agent to match Tor Browser 9.0's

  * Test suite
    - Only partially fill memory for userspace processes (Closes: #17104)
    - Drop the "Unsafe Browser has no proxy configured" step, that's hard
      to update and adds little value
    - Various updates for Tor Browser 9.0 final
    - Make the "SSH is using the default SocksPort" scenario more robust
      (Closes: #17163)
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  * Major changes
    - Update Tor Browser to 9.0a7, based on Firefox ESR 68 (#16356).
    - Include a working version of Electrum: 3.3.8-0.1 (Closes: #16421).
      Accordingly:
      · Remove the obsolete "coin_chooser: Privacy" option (Closes: #15483).
      · Disable the update check (Closes: #15483).
    - Curate the list of languages in Tails Greeter (Closes: #16095).
      Only include languages which meet one of these conditions:
      · Have a PO file in tails.git (i.e. have at least one translated
        and reviewed string)
      · Are on our list of tier-1 supported languages.
    - Update Linux to 5.3.2-1~exp1 from Debian experimental (Closes: #17117).
    - Bump APT snapshots of the 'debian' and 'torproject' archives
      to 2019100904. This includes the update to the Buster 10.1
      point-release.

  * Security fixes
    - Drop NoScript customization that makes our web fingerprint diverge
      from Tor Browser's (related to #5362).
    - Enable Buster security APT sources (Closes: #17119).
    - Upgrade CUPS to 2.2.10-6+deb10u1 (CVE-2019-8696, CVE-2019-8675,
      and more security fixes).
    - Update GnuPG to 2.2.12-1+deb10u1, which mitigates the certificates
      flooding attack.
    - Update e2fsprogs to 1.44.5-1+deb10u2 (DSA-4535-1).
    - Update ghostscript to 9.27~dfsg-2+deb10u2 (DSA-4518-1, DSA-4499-1).
    - Update WebKitGTK to 2.24.4-1~deb10u1 (DSA-4515-1).
    - Update Pango to 1.42.4-7~deb10u1 (DSA-4496-1).
    - Update ffmpeg to 7:4.1.4-1~deb10u1 (DSA-4502-1).
    - Update expat to 2.2.6-2+deb10u1 (DSA-4530-1).
    - Update GLib to 2.58.3-2+deb10u1 (CVE-2019-13012).
    - Update libmariadb3 to 1:10.3.17-0+deb10u1 (various vulnerabilities).
    - Update NSS to 2:3.42.1-1+deb10u1 (CVE-2019-11719, CVE-2019-11727,
      CVE-2019-11729).
    - Update LibreOffice to 1:6.1.5-3+deb10u4 (DSA-4519-1, DSA-4501-1,
      DSA-4483-1, and CVE-2019-9848).
    - Update Samba to 2:4.9.5+dfsg-5+deb10u1 (DSA-4513-1).
    - Update OpenSSL to 1.1.1d-0+deb10u1 (DSA-4539-1).
    - Update libxslt to 1.1.32-2.1~deb10u1 (CVE-2019-11068, CVE-2019-13117,
      CVE-2019-13118).
    - Update zeromq3 to 4.3.1-4+deb10u1 (DSA-4477-1).
    - Update patch to 2.7.6-3+deb10u1 (DSA-4489-1).
    - Update Thunderbird to 1:60.9.0-1~deb10u1 (DSA-4523-1, DSA-4482-1).
    - Update wpasupplicant to 2:2.7+git20190128+0c1e29f-6+deb10u1 (DSA-4538-1).

  * Bugfixes
    - Ensure that tor-has-bootstrapped systemd units are stopped
      if tor@default.service stops; replace the tor-has-bootstrapped
      script with a tor_has_bootstrapped() function that checks the status
      of tails-tor-has-bootstrapped.target (Closes: #16664).
    - Fix MIME info data build reproducibility (Closes: #17023).
    - Fix missing GNOME bookmarks, by adding them earlier in the session
      login process (Closes: #17030).
    - Increase left dock width in GIMP's sessionrc (Closes: #16807).
    - Use hardware defaults for the touchpad click method (Closes: #17045).
    - Fix image thumbnails in GNOME Files (Closes: #17062).
    - Use the "intel" X.Org driver for Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640
      (Closes: #17060).
    - Fix sdhci-pci support.
    - Honor the "Formats" settings chosen in the Greeter (Closes: #16806).
    - Fix administration password not being applied in some cases
      (Closes: #13447).
    - Fix Greeter settings being applied when clicking "Cancel"
      (Closes: #17087).
    - Fix bridge information not always shown when the user selects
      bridge mode in the Greeter.
    - Fix path in whisperback's debugging info (Closes: #17109).
    - Fix Tor Browser functionality that was broken when it was started
      by clicking a link in Thunderbird (Closes: #17105).
    - Fix WhisperBack that was broken due to an expired X.509 certificate:
      stop using TLS (we already have end-to-end encryption via OpenPGP,
      plus end-to-end encryption and remote peer authentication via
      Tor hidden services). Also, switch to a v3 Onion service (Closes #17110).
    - Install Stretch's po4a (0.47-2) from our custom APT repository:
      the upgrade to Buster's version will need more work and coordination
      (Closes: #17127).
    - Fix hiding of the Add-ons manager in the Unsafe Browser hamburger menu.
      Regression introduced when we upgraded to Tor Browser based on Firefox
      ESR 60.
    - Mention USB images as a valid installation technique when trying
      to create a persistent volume on a device that can't have one
      (Closes: #17025).

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Add iPhone USB tethering support (Closes: #16180).
    - Install Enigmail from Buster (Closes: #16978).
    - Disable GDM debug logs (Closes: #17011).
    - Hide less common keyboard layouts in the Greeter (Closes: #17084).
    - Major refactoring and cleanup of Tails Greeter (Closes: #17098).
    - Use a localized page for the Greeter help window, if available
      (Closes: #17101).
    - Separate Chinese into simplified and traditional scripts
      in the Greeter (Closes: #16094).
    - Allow the user to show the passphrase they're typing when creating
      a new persistent volume (Closes: #15102).
    - When saving persistence.conf or its backup, also run sync(1)
      on its parent directory (might help fix #10976).
    - Improve Tails Installer wording (Closes: #15564).
    - Update tor to 0.4.1.6-1~d10.buster+1.
    - Update VirtualBox guest drivers and tools to 6.0.12-dfsg-1.

  * Build system
    - SquashFS sort file: remove more noise.
    - Improve lint_po's UX (refs: #16864).
    - Import our pythonlib, previously included as a submodule (Closes: #16935).
    - Use a consistent, standard Python packages directory (Closes: #17082).

  * Test suite
    - Make various steps more robust:
      · "all notifications are disappeared" (Closes: #17012)
      · "Additional Software is correctly configured for package"
      · "I unlock and mount this VeraCrypt file container
        with Unlock VeraCrypt Volumes"
      · "I open the Unsafe Browser proxy settings dialog"
      · starting apps via the GNOME Activities Overview (Closes: #13469)
      · "I start the Tor Browser in offline mode"
    - Handle Guestfs::Error exceptions.
    - Provide guidance to fix problematic situation.
    - Update various reference images for Buster.
    - Don't attempt to find fuzzy matches with Sikuli unless fuzzy image
      matching is enabled (Closes: #17029).
    - Dogtail'ify all interactions with gedit (Closes: #17028).
    - New test: ensure that no experimental APT suite is enabled
      for deb.torproject.org (Closes: #16931).
    - Remove dead IRC-related code and dependencies.
    - Take into account that Evince and Tor Browser's print-to-file dialogs
      are rendered in a subtly different manner.
    - Drop fragile tag for actual Tails bugs (#17007).
    - Drop compatibility code for Cucumber < 2.4.0 (Closes: #17083).
    - Fix regression in the Persistent browser bookmarks scenario
      (Closes: #17125).
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  * Major changes
    - Upgrade tor to 0.4.1.5 (Closes: #16986).

  * Security fixes
    - Upgrade the Linux kernel to 5.2.0-2 (Closes: #16942).
      This mitigates the Spectre v1 swapgs vulnerability (CVE-2019-1125).
      Accordingly, aufs to aufs5.2 20190805.
    - Install enigmail from Bullseye (Closes: #16738).
      This fixes CVE-2019-12269.

  * Bugfixes
    - tails-unblock-network: only sleep until all-net-blacklist.conf is gone,
      instead of unconditionally delaying the login process for 5 seconds
      (Closes: #16805).
    - Terminate GDM's GNOME session after the amnesia user logs in,
      to free 200-300 MiB of memory (Closes: #12092).
      Temporarily enable GDM debug logs so we get enough information to fix
      any issue this might cause.
    - Make our KeePassXC wrapper translatable (Closes: #16952).
    - Adjust boot-time backports APT pinning for Buster.
    - Ensure we don't install unwanted packages even if they become
      "Priority: standard" again (Closes: #16949).
    - Move some GNOME apps to different menu categories (Closes: #16981).
    - Update HTP pools: replace boum.org (invalid certificate) with puscii.nl,
      replace www.myspace.com with myspace.com (the former redirects to
      the latter).
    - AppArmor: allow OnionShare to open URLs with Tor Browser (Closes: #16914).
    - Make file transfers with Spice reliable.

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Greeter: improve formatting of printed exceptions.
    - Use the same icon for Tails Documentation in the Applications menu
      as on te Desktop (Closes: #16800).
    - Drop migration path from GnuPG persistent configuration created
      in the Tails 2.x era.
    - Remove various hacks that we don't need on Buster anymore.
    - Stop installing libcaribou-gtk3-module (Closes: #16757).
    - Stop installing python-cairo: mat2 does not use it anymore.
    - tails-unblock-network: have udev reload the databases it uses.
      This should avoid our fix for #16805 introducing regressions.

  * Build system
    - Bump APT snapshot of the 'debian' and 'torproject' archives
      to 2019090202.
    - Import the Greeter codebase into tails.git (Closes: #16912).
    - Explicitly install gnome-shell to make the set of installed packages
      more deterministic (related to #16947).
    - Don't try to follow symlinks when normalizing timestamps on source files.
    - Add missing "set -u" to build-time hook.
    - Use consistent method to extract translatable strings from Glade files.
    - Create gdm-tails related files from the original GNOME files
      (Closes: #12551).
    - Stop installing libimage-exiftool-perl explicitly: mat2 depends on it
      already.
    - Rakefile: disable compression when retrieving artifacts via scp.
      This makes this build step faster on systems that have SSH compression
      enabled by default.
    - import-translations: use tails-misc_release for tails.git's PO files
      (i.e. the Tails part of #16774).
    - Use squashfs-tools from sid (Closes: #16637).
    - Lower VM_MEMORY_BASE to 1536M.
    - Remove unneeded package cleanup (Closes: #16950).

  * Test suite
    - New scenario: installing with GNOME Disks from a USB image
      (Closes: #16004).
    - New scenarios: VeraCrypt PIM support (Closes: #15946).
    - Revert timeout bump that's not needed anymore.
    - Add a showing method on Dogtail objects.
    - VeraCrypt: ensure the temporary keyfile file is not garbage collected
      while we still need it.
    - Remote shell: print traceback to stderr so we can see it.
    - Install Dogtail from Bullseye and run it with Python 3 (Closes: #16976).
      This gives us UTF-8 support. Accordingly, drop anonym's "showingOnly"
      patch that was merged upstream, and port some test suite code to Dogtail,
      which we could not do before it got UTF-8 support.
    - Dogtail'ify some steps.
    - Make "^the Tor Browser shows the "([^"]+)" error$" step more robust
      (Closes: #11592.
    - Make the "the support documentation page opens in Tor Browser" step more
      robust (Closes: #15321)
    - Remove a bunch of obsolete @fragile tags, update the reasons why
      the remaining ones are fragile, and add some missing @fragile tags.
    - Drop useless code based on wrong assumptions (refs: #13470).
    - Make the "I set an administration password" step more robust.

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  * Major changes
    - Upgrade to a snapshot of Debian 10 (Buster) from 2018-08-06.

  * Removed features
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    - Remove LibreOffice Math (#16911).

  * Bugfixes
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    - Fix Electrum wrapper's persistence check (Closes: #16821).
    - Remove pre-generated Pidgin accounts (Closes: #16744).
    - Hide the security level button in the unsafe browser (Closes:
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    - Only hide unlocked TailsData partitions from the boot device
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  * Minor improvements and updates
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    - Remove KeePassX and replace it with KeePassXC (Closes:
      #15297). As KeePassX was used around for a longer time, we don't
      need automatic upgrading cappability from old KeePass file
      format (Tails 2 times). The user can still import those old
      files, if they want to access it.
    - Ship a pre-compiled AppArmor policy to make boot faster (Closes:
      #16138).
    - Change the splash screen for Tails 4.0 (#16837). Add SVG source
      while we're at it!
    - Remove our predefined bookmarks and ship default upstream Tor
      Browser bookmarks instead (Closes: #15895).
    - Install bolt for improved Thunderbolt support (Closes: #5463).
    - Don't display the Home launcher on the desktop (Closes: #16799).
      Since the switch to the desktop-icons GNOME Shell extension, the
      nicer XDG-blah name ("Home" in English, translated in many
      languages) is not used to label this launcher anymore: instead,
      the name of the directory is displayed, in this case: "amnesia",
      which makes no sense to our users. Our other options to fix that
      are more costly and we've decided a while ago, when I proposed
      to remove the desktop icons, to keep them until they were too
      expensive to support. So this one goes: we have the Places menu
      already.
    - Add Files to favorite apps (Closes: #16799). This gives another
      entry point to the home folder, which partially mitigates any UX
      regression that might be caused by the previous changelog entry.
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    - Explicitly install imagemagick. We ship it on purpose (see
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    - MAT:
      * Drop obsolete optional MAT dependencies it isn't using any
        more.
      * Stop explicitly installing MAT dependencies. The package
        depends on those so we don't need to pull them ourselves.
    - Move translations from root-terminal.desktop.in into own PO
      files (Closes: #15335).
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    - Drop obsolete live-boot patch: the bug it workarounds only
      happens with CONFIG_AUFS_DEBUG enabled. We disable
      CONFIG_AUFS_DEBUG in config/chroot_local-hooks/13-aufs and the
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      Debian package did it as well (Refs: Debian#886329).
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    - Rename /usr/share/amnesia to /usr/share/tails.
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    - Drop APT pinning for non-existing live.debian.net, that we
      haven't used since 2010.
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      Not installing the initramfs integration will get rid of some
      noise
    - Don't install full-blown cryptsetup, take 2 (refs: #15690). We've
      stopped installing it (#16264) but this branch independently
      reintroduced it.
    - Disable live-tools.service (Closes: #16324). This service is only
      useful to display the "Please remove the live-medium, close the
      tray (if any) and press ENTER to continue:" prompt on shutdown,
      that we don't want to display in Tails: shutdown and memory
      erasure should not require a confirmation once the user has
      triggered it. In Stretch this code was broken and we were
      relying on this. But the Buster upgrade of this code has
      repaired it, so I sometimes see that prompt. This might also
      explain some issues such as #16312.
    - AppArmor: allow cups-brf, driverless, and gutenprint53+usb
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      printer backends (Closes: #15030). Technically, cups-brf and
      driverless are not third-party and should be confined more
      strictly with "ixr", under the cupsd profile. But I don't know
      how to to test these backends and confining them more strictly
      may break them.  Anyway, that's an upstream matter: the purpose
      of our Tails-specific patch is to replace the third party
      backends /usr/lib/cups/backend/* catch all rule, that doesn't
      work for us, and not to keep the list of backends which come
      with CUPS up-to-date.
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    - Make export_gnome_env() exit early if gnome-shell isn't running.
      Without this e.g. the automated test suite, which will call
      export_gnome_env() before gnome-shell is running, will have its
      journal polluted with errors about this. This is not the first
      time I see this and get worried and waste minutes investigating,
      so let's just fix it.

  * Build system
    - Bump VM_MEMORY_BASE to 2048M. With the previous 1024M setting,
      the squashfs preparation gets OOM-killed.
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      default mksquashfs will use 25% of the physical memory. So when
      we use the "ram" build option, build in a VM with 13GB of RAM,
      of which up to 12G is supposed to be used by the build tmpfs,
      mksquashfs will try using 13/4 = 3.25G of memory. And then it
      will get reaped by the OOM killer more or less occasionally
      depending on how much space is really used in the build tmpfs
      and how much memory the rest of the system is using. So let's
      limit the memory used by mksquashfs to 50% of the memory we
      allocate to the build VM, excluding the part of it that we
      expect tmpfs data to fill. In passing, the fact mksquashfs does
      not get killed every time suggests that our current
      BUILD_SPACE_REQUIREMENT value exceeds the real needs of a build:
      a value around 10 or 11G should be enough. But that will be for
      another commit.
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    - Use xz with default settings to compress non-release SquashFS
      (refs: #16177). squashfs-tools 1:4.3-11, used to build
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      feature/buster, does not consistently honor the value passed to
      -mem: the xz compressor does but at least the gzip and lzo ones
      don't. This makes the build often fail because mksquashfs gets
      reaped by the OOM-killer. Our only other option is currently to
      bump the build VM memory a lot, which is going to be painful on
      developers' systems and might not be an option on Jenkins. So
      let's fall back to xz with default settings (not the crazy slow
      but efficient we use at release time) when building non-release
      images.
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      in the "user" interface is not the exact algorithm that's used,
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      it's the fact it's supposed to be faster than the compression
      settings we use to build releases. We may have to changes these
      fast(er) settings occasionally, possibly to use a non-gzip
      algorithm. So let's keep supporting "gzipcomp" for backward
      compatibility but stop documenting it. Instead, support and
      document "fastcomp".
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    - Add the vmproxy+extproxy build option. When enabled, use the
      vmproxy but configure it to in turn use the exproxy set via the
      http_proxy environment variable.
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    - Support the case when we don't ship a custom AppArmor feature
      set. Let's keep this sanity check for the times when we do ship
      a custom feature set, but building an ISO without a custom one
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    - Don't remove packages whose deinstallation removes most of the
      system; don't explicitly remove packages that are taken care of
      by "apt-get autoremove" already. On Buster, removing dpkg-dev
      or make deinstalls python3, gnome-shell and more.
    - Install all "Priority: standard" packages via an explicit
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      packages list instead of via --tasks (Closes: #15690). This will
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      make it easier to remove some of these packages from the list of
      those that should be installed in the first place, as opposed to
      letting them be installed by tasksel only to uninstall them
      later. I've seeded tails-000-standard.list with the output of:
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      system. Also:
       * live-build forcibly translates --packages-lists="standard"
         into "tasksel install standard", so to make this change
         effective we also need to switch to "--packages-lists
         minimal" or "--packages-lists none". The former has
         problematic side-effects so let's use the latter.
       * Add to tails-common.list some of the packages that were
         previously installed automatically, e.g. via live-build's
         lists/standard  lists/minimal.

  * Test suite
    - Tons of tiny updates for the Stretch  Buster transition, mainly
      updated reference images, but also a few other trivial changes
      (e.g. close with Alt+F4 instead of menu, or vice versa) due to
      changes in applications.
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      volume. If our code happens to support Tails 2.x  4.x upgrades
      without going through 3.x, fine. But let's not spend cycles in
      our CI to guarantee this.
    - Revert "Test suite: add backward compatibility with redir <
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      3.0." We don't support running the test suite on Jessie anymore.
    - Adjust dhclient listening address for Buster.
    - Bump timeout for poweroff from 3 to 10 minutes (Refs: #16312).
    - Adjust dogtail patterns for gobby test (Closes: #16335). With the
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      gobby upgrade from 0.5.0 to 0.6.0 pre-series, the case changed a
      little for a menu item and the window it leads to.
    - Update key shortcut to close seahorse's Preferences window
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      (Closes: #16341). The “Close” button is gone from the
      Preferences window in the buster version of the seahorse
      package, making it impossible to close that window. Switch to
      sending ESC instead of Alt-C.
    - Update MAT test case for MAT2 (Closes: #16623).
    - Add debug logging for when we call Sikuli. When following a
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      (debug) log live (through `--format debug`) I find this change
      useful to know what is going on *right now* since Sikuli only
      reports what it has done after it is done.
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      both the label and button has a "weird" invisible (despite
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      `showingOnly`) twin located just below the Applications
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      menu. So let's make some extra effort to actually find the real
      notification, and then look for the label and button among its
      children.
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    - Remove obsolete method. Display::take_screenshot() hasn't
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    - Wait longer between search steps in the GNOME Overview. On
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      jenkins.lizard — which was under high load at that time — I've
      seen failures while starting GNOME Terminal from the Overview,
      where:
       - The debug log claims we did type "c", waited 1 second, then
         typed "ommandline", then slept another 1 second, then pressed
         Enter. I.e. just as the code says.
       - The video shows that GNOME Shell did pick up "c", which
         selected the first search result ("Configure Persistent
         Volume"), but then there's no trace of typing "ommandline".
         So I suspect that "ommandline" was lost because GNOME Shell
         was still busy, somehow. Let's sleep a bit longer before
         these steps, to give GNOME Shell a better chance to recover
         and notice keyboard input.
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    - Log exceptions thrown in generated (i.e. snapshot) steps (Refs:
      #16747). Hopefully this will help us track down these elusive
      exceptions.
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    - Extend waiting time for additional software to be installed.
    - Sometimes we need more more time to load a page over tor.
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    - Remove useless TailsUpgraderApplyingUpgrade.png. The "progress
      prompt" it was used for just flashes by and can easily be
      missed. There is no reason at all to wait for it since the only
      two final outcomes are success or failure, which we already look
      for.
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    - debug_log() when we save/restore snapshots. These actions can
      take a long time (especially saving snapshots on a system under
      load) and can make it appear like if the test suite has gotten
      stuck for those following the debug log.
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    - Don't rely on mtimes from Debian packages we download, to
      indicate which one has the biggest version (Closes: #16819).
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      These mtimes are copied from the HTTP server where APT downloads
      packages from, which contradicts our assumption that the newest
      file must be the one with the biggest version. Instead we use ls
      to sort by version number, to pick the biggest version.
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    - Only send TAB every second to get the syslinux kernel
      command-line (Closes: #16820). Our syslinux has a timeout of 5s so
      sending TAB every second should be enough to guarantee we do
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      open the kernel command line. As anonym reported, "the spammer
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      makes the splash show for significantly longer: I've seen >10x,
      so the boot splash never managed to appear, which is worrying".
    - Drop workaround to make the TAB spammer compatible with the UEFI
      firmware (Closes: #16820). As reported by anonym on #16820, and
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      confirmed by my testing, pressing TAB doesn't seem to open the
      UEFI configuration, so the very reason why we had this
      workaround is gone.

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  * Adjustments for Debian 10 (Buster) with no or very little user-visible impact
    - Adjust APT sources and pinning for Buster.
    - Refresh and unfuzzy patches for Buster.
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    - Pass --ellipsize to zenity (refs: #16286). This fixes dialog
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    - Display TopIcons systray on the left of the system menu (Refs:
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    - Remove apparmor-adjust-freedesktop-abstraction.diff patch,
      merged upstream in apparmor. The
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    - Import iuk.git's feature/buster branch at commit 919335e
      (Closes: #16286).
    - Enable desktop-icons gnome-shell extension (Closes: #16283).
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      to make desktop icons launchable, including file
      permissions. But the GIO metadata::trusted setting is also
      needed, and can apparently only be set from an opened session,
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    - Drop code that sets the cursor to "WATCH" (hourglass) after
      logging in (Closes: #16305) This fixes "GDM's GNOME Shell floods
      the Journal with XFIXES/cursor issues on Buster" by importing
      the relevant bits of greeter:feature/buster's commit abad17b6.
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    - Remove 8 development packages that are not part of Tails 3.11 so
      we probably don't need to ship them in Tails 4.0 either (Closes:
      #16272).
    - Completely get rid of Qt4 (Closes: #15182).
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      #14991). Let's hope the graphics hardware issues we fixed via
      that file is fixed no.
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    - Have OnionShare 1.3 connect to the system Tor via Onion Grater
      for the control port (Closes: #16306). By default, OnionShare
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      arguments now doesn't support taking dashes instead of
      underscores anymore.
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      greeter.git. NetworkManager starting at the same time as GNOME
      Shell makes things racy: the Wi-Fi password prompt is sometimes
      not displayed (unreproduce on Debian Buster Live).
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      from displaying in Tails Greeter (Closes: #16291).
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      Connection to STATUS_SERVER events is required by stem 1.7
      connect() function, but we actually don't need them, so let's
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      suppress them (Closes: #16626).
    - Fix GNOME bookmarks file for Buster (Closes: #16629).
    - Build VeraCrypt packages with our patches applied for Buster
      (Closes: #16634).
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      creates a "render" system group, which shifts GIDs and makes our
      devel branch FTBFS.
    - update-acng-config: add support for 4.x and 5.x, drop 2.x. We
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    - Stop installing caribou and libcaribou*: they're not used by
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      service where the GNOME on-screen keyboard listens on Buster.
    - Fix screen locker not working in Buster (Closes: #16763).
    - Hide lstopo in the Applications menu (Closes: #16797). It's
      pulled as a dependency by aircrack-ng but is probably not useful
      to the vast majority of Tails users.
    - Hide nm-connection-editor in the Applications menu (Closes:
      #16798). We still need the network-manager-gnome package that
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    - Copy dmidecode to initramfs (Closes: #16857). On Buster,
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      right now, but it probably won't be once Tor Browser gets
      updated to a future major Firefox ESR. And in the meantime,
      this pinning discrepancy between devel and feature/buster makes
      it harder to maintain our patch against
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    - Drop obsolete libdesktop-notify-perl patches: they were merged
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      let's deal with it as a patch for now to avoid having to
      maintain two parallel branches of the Greeter.
    - Patch udisks2 and libblockdev and fix Tails Installer to repair
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      live-build tries to use apt-key.
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    - Drop adwaita-qt4: it was removed from Debian sid and won't be in
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    - Install Linux kernel from the Buster security repository (Closes: #16970).
      The new Spectre v1 swapgs variant (CVE-2019-1125), which was fixed
      in sid via 5.2.x, which is a too big change for the Tails 3.16 bugfix
      release. Let's instead track Buster (+ security) for the time being.
    - Upgrade LibreOffice to 1:5.2.7-1+deb9u10 (DSA-4483-1, DSA-4501-1).
    - Upgrade Thunderbird to 60.8 (DSA-4482-1).
    - Upgrade Ghostscript to 9.26a~dfsg-0+deb9u4 (DSA-4499-1).
    - Upgrade Patch to 2.7.5-1+deb9u2 (DSA-4489-1).
    - Upgrade nghttp2 library to 1.18.1-1+deb9u1 (DSA-4511-1).

  * Bugfixes
    - Additional software: Improve/fix support for translations (Closes: #16601).
    - Rework the implementation for hiding TailsData partitions (Closes: #16789).
    - Adjust how tordate determines whether the clock is in a valid range,
      fixing issues with obfs4 (Closes: #16972).

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Ship default upstream Tor Browser bookmarks, and remove our predefined
      bookmarks (Closes: #15895).
    - Hide the security level button in the unsafe browser (Closes: #16735).
    - Remove pre-generated Pidgin accounts (Closes: #16744).
    - Remove LibreOffice Math (Closes: #16911).
    - Website: Make sandbox page translatable (Closes: #16873).
    - Website: Only scrub HTML on blueprints (Closes: #16901).
    - Website: Point history & diff URLs to Salsa.

  * Build system
    - Bump APT snapshot of the torproject archive to 2019073103, and drop
      tor-experimental-0.4.0.x-stretch reference (Closes: #16883).
    - Bump APT snapshot of the Debian archive to 2019080801 to get fixed
      firmware packages from sid instead of sticking to those from
      stretch-backports (Closes: #16728).
    - Enable the buster APT repository and install some packages from there:
      hunspell-id, hunspell-tr, and fonts-noto-* (See: #16728).
    - Refresh patch for webext-ublock-origin 1.19.0+dfsg-2, and adjust Tor
      Browser AppArmor profile accordingly (Closes: #16858).
    - Refresh Tor Browser AppArmor profile patch for torbrowser-launcher
      0.3.2-1 (Closes: #16941).

  * Test suite
    - Ignore RARP packets, since PacketFu cannot parse them (Closes: #16825).
    - Adjust both locale handling and reference pictures for the Unsafe
      Browser homepage (Closes: #17004).
    - Fix "Watching a WebM video over HTTPS" scenario on Jenkins
      (Closes: #10442).
    - Tag "Watching a WebM video" as fragile.
    - Make @check_tor_leaks more verbose (See: #10442).
    - Remove broken Electrum scenario since Electrum support is currently
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    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 8.5.4 (Closes: #16691).
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    - Upgrade Expat to 2.2.0-2+deb9u2 (DSA-4472-1).
    - Upgrade OpenSSL 1.0 to 1.0.2s-1~deb9u1 (DSA-4475-1).
    - Upgrade OpenSSL to 1.1.0k-1~deb9u1 (DSA-4475-1).
    - Upgrade Vim to 2:8.0.0197-4+deb9u3 (DSA-4467-1).

  * Bugfixes
    - Recompute CHS values for the hybrid MBR after first-boot
      repartitioning (Closes: #16389). Some legacy BIOS systems won't boot
      otherwise.
    - Strip debug symbols from the aufs kernel module smaller (refs: #16818).
      The primary target was getting the initramfs down under 32MB, hoping
      to repair boot of feature/buster on MacBookPro 8,1. In any cases,
      the user experience should be improved due to a faster boot for
      every user, and a shortened black screen duration (between the
      bootloader and the Plymouth splash screen).

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Make Unlock VeraCrypt Volumes show an error message if locking
      fails (Closes: #15794).
    - Add support for booting Tails from a read only sdcard (fromiso),
      through Heads, allowing for measured boot on some tamper-evident
      hardware (https://github.com/osresearch/heads/issues/581).

  * Build system
    - Patch Thunderbird packages from Debian when building Tails images
      (Closes: #6156).
    - Improve tooling to maintain and update PO files (Closes: #15403),
      rewriting some tools and moving code to the jenkins-tools submodule.
    - Implement preliminary steps needed to make the ikiwiki PO plugin
      able to update PO files for languages that are disabled on the
      website (refs: #15355).
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    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 8.5.3 (Closes: #16835).

  * Bugfixes
    - tails-screen-locker: Don't use dim-label style class
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    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 8.5.2-build1 (Closes: #16824).
    - Upgrade Thunderbird to 60.7.0 (Closes: #16742).
    - Upgraded Linux to 4.19.37-4 (Closes: #16823).

  * Bugfixes
    - Only probe for partitions on the boot device when setting up
      TailsData. Without arguments partprobe will scan all devices,
      and if it encounters a device it doesn't support (e.g. fake
      raid-0 arrays) it will return non-zero, thus aborting Tails'
      partitioning script, resulting in an unbootable install
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  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Upgrade tor to 0.4.0.5-1~d90.stretch+1, the first stable
      candidate in the 0.4.0.x series (Closes: #16687).
    - Completely disable IPv6 except for the loopback interface. We
      attempt to completely block it on the netfilter level but we
      have seen ICMPv6 "leaks" any way (related to Router
      Solicitation, see: #16148) so let's just disable it. We keep
      enabled on the loopback interface since some services depends on
      ::1 being up.
    - create-usb-image-from-iso: Use syslinux from chroot. We used the
      syslinux from the vagrant box before, which caused issues with
      when building Tails/Buster with a Stretch vagrant box and then
      cloning the image via Tails Installer with syslinux from Buster
      (Closes: #16748).
    - Set Tor Browser's homepage to https://tails.boum.org/home/testing/
      if building anything but a stable release. This page explains the
      dangers of using a non-stable release. (Closes: #12003)

  * Build system
    - auto/{build,config}:
      * consistently use fatal() to error out, and prefix its message
        with "E: " to help distinguish them from the noise produced by
        tools we call etc.
      * Similarly, also prefix informational message with "I: ".
      * drop support for GnuPG 1.x.
      * clone more build output to the log file.
      * Drop obsolete check for syslinux version. This version
        requirement is satisfied by Jessie and it is doubtful Tails
        would build in anything older.
      * auto/build: drop a few checks for conditions that are already
        satisfied in the supported build environments.
    - Revert "Build system: try to be smart again by fetching only the
      refs we need." This optimization overrides the trick we have on
      Jenkins (set_origin_base_branch_head in
      https://git.tails.boum.org/jenkins-jobs/tree/macros/builders.yaml),
      that ensures that a reproducibly_build_Tails_ISO_* job builds
      from the commit used by the first build. (Closes: #16730)

  * Test suite
    - Fix mistake with execute() vs spawn() when starting the upgrader.
    - Don't filter during pcap capture, instead let's just apply the
      same filtering when we are inspecting the pcap files. This way
      any pcap file saved on failure will include the full capture,
      and not just the packets sent by the system under testing, which
      sometimes makes it hard to understand what is going on.
    - Also include the content of /var/log/tor/log in $scenario.tor
      when tor failed to bootstrap (refs: #16793)
    - Don't flood the debug logger with tor@default's journal
      contents.
    - Power off system under testing after scenario. Until now we have
      relied on either one of the generated "snapshot restore" steps
      or the "[Given] a computer" step to implicitly stop the old VM
      when we move on to a new scenario. That meant the old VM was
      still running during the new scenarios @Before@ hooks. If the
      new scenario is tagged @check_tor_leaks that means we start its
      sniffer while the old VM is still running, possibly sending
      packets that then affect the new scenario. That would explain
      some myserious "Unexpected connections were made" failures we
      have seen (Closes: #11521).
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    - Upgrade Linux to 4.19.0-5 from sid (Closes: #16708).
    - Enable all available mitigations for the Microarchitectural Data
      Sampling (MDS) attacks and disable SMT on vulnerable CPUs
      (Closes: #16720).
    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 8.5 (Closes: #16337, #16706).
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    - Install Electrum 3.2.3-1 from our custom APT repository (Closes: #16708).
      The version in sid now displays a warning and exits, while 3.2.3-1 is
      still usable, in the rare cases when it manages to connect to the
      network, despite being affected by problematic phishing attacks which
      will only be solved once the package in Debian is updated to a newer
      upstream version.

  * Build system
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      the MDS mitigations.
    - Don't install the firmware-linux and firmware-linux-nonfree
      metapackages, as packages they pulled are already listed explicitly
      and one might run into version-related issues (Closes: #16708).

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Remove some packages from the Tails image as their use is not
      widespread while consuming space for everyone. They can still be
      installed and upgraded through Additional Software (Closes: #15291).
      This includes: monkeysphere and msva-perl, gobby, hopenpgp-tools,
      keyringer, libgfshare-bin, monkeysign, paperkey, pitivi,
      pdf-redact-tools, pwgen, traverso, and ssss.
    - Fix missing translations in the Greeter (Closes: #13438).
    - Fix missing newline in unlock-veracrypt-volumes (Closes: #16696).
    - Port fillram to Python 3 (Closes: #15845).
    - Enable localization for new locales introduced in Tor Browser 8.5
      (Closes: #16637).
    - Re-introduce TopIcons GNOME Shell extension (Closes: #16709).
    - Improve internationalization of the Unlock VeraCrypt Volumes
      component (Closes: #16602).

  * Test suite
     - Make tails-security-check's SOCKS port test work when there's a live
       security advisory (Closes: #16701).
     - Make terminology more consistent.
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    - Install localization support packages for all tier-1 supported languages,
      and only those (Closes: #15807). Current tier-1 supported languages are:
      Arabic, German, English, Spanish, Farsi, French, Italian, Portuguese
      (Brazil), Russian, Turkish, Simplified Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian.
    - Disable the TopIcons GNOME Shell extension (Closes: #16608).
      This extension causes crashes (#11188), does not work on Wayland
      (#8309, #12213) so long-term, we need to remove it anyway.
      In order to learn how much our users rely on this extension and
      on OpenPGP Applet, let's disable this extension for one Tails release.
      While TopIcons is disabled (by default):
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    - Upgrade to Debian Stretch 9.9 (Closes: #16670).
    - Upgrade Thunderbird to 60.6.1 (Closes: #16641).

  * Bugfixes
    - Fix Thunderbird account setup wizard (Closes: #16573).
    - Display poweroff and reboot buttons even when locked (Closes: #15640).
    - Disable emergency shutdown during suspend (Closes: #11729).
    - Provide feedback while starting Onion Circuits (Closes: #16350).
    - Associate .key files with Seahorse (Closes: #15213).
      This partially fixes importing OpenPGP keys from GNOME Files.
    - Don't show spurious notification about "TailsData" while setting
      up a persistent volume (Closes: #16632).

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Add a suspend button to status-menu-helper (Closes: #14556).
    - status-menu-helper: clean up and refactor.
    - Drop CSS hacks for the uBlock log window (Closes: #16206).
    - Polish 04-change-gids-and-uids code style (Closes: #16322).
    - Create persistence.conf backup in a more robust manner (Closes: #16568).
    - Make the WhisperBack .desktop file translatable in Transifex
      (Closes: #6486).

  * Build system
    - Don't fail the build if Tor Browser supports new locales that we don't ship
      a spellchecking dictionary for (#15807).
    - Fix apt-cacher-ng cache shrinking (Closes: #16020).
    - Remove obsolete usr.bin.onioncircuits AppArmor profile (Closes: #12170).
      All Tails current branches now install onioncircuits 0.6-0.0tails1,
      which ships a more current AppArmor profile than the one we
      have in our own Git tree.
    - Install Electrum from sid (Closes: #16642).
    - Avoid new "render" group stealing a GID we have already statically
      allocated to another group (Closes: #16649).

  * Test suite
    - Disable tests about notifications in case of MAC spoofing failure:
      we have a well-known bug here and these tests do nothing but confirm
      it again and again, which brings no value and has a cost (#10774).
    - Clarify what WebM scenarios are fragile (#10442).
    - Avoid zombies by waiting for killed child processes to exit (#14948).

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    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 8.0.7 (Closes: #16559).
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    - Upgrade LDB to 2:1.1.27-1+deb9u1 (DSA-4397-1).
    - Upgrade OpenJPEG to 2.1.2-1.1+deb9u3 (DSA-4405-1).
    - Upgrade OpenSSL 1.0 to 1.0.2r-1~deb9u1 (DSA-4400-1).
    - Upgrade OpenSSH to 1:7.4p1-10+deb9u6 (DSA-4387-2).
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    - Upgrade tor to 0.3.5.8-1~d90.stretch+1 (Closes: #16348).
    - Ensure Additional Software doesn't try to download packages that are
      in persistent cache (Closes: #15957).
    - Improve chances of recovering a lost persistence configuration
      (Closes: #10976).
    - Tor Launcher: add langpacks to enable localization again
      (Closes: #16338).
    - Migrate away from buggy Chinese input method: switch from ibus-pinyin
      to ibus-libpinyin + ibus-chewing (Closes: #11292).
    - Fix crash in Whisperback when additional persistent APT repositories
      are configured (Closes: #16563).
    - Give visual feedback while starting Whisperback (Closes: #16333).
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  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Add feedback when opening VeraCrypt Mounter (Closes: #16334).
    - Improve consistency in Additional Software's accessibility
      (Closes: #16110).
    - Fix missing accessibility support when opening a browser from a
      notification (Closes: #16475).
    - Refresh ublock-origin patch to apply cleanly on top of 1.18.4+dfsg-1
      (Closes: #16451)
    - Upgrade intel-microcode to 3.20180807a.2~deb9u1.
      Fixes CVE-2018-3615, CVE-2018-3620, CVE-2018-3646, CVE-2018-3639,
      CVE-2018-3640, CVE-2017-5753, CVE-2017-5754.
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  * Build system
    - Lower memory requirements when building Tails by limiting the memory
      used by mksquashfs to 512M (Closes: #16177).
    - Remove obsolete check on Thunderbird addons (Closes: #16045).
    - Update Tails' APT GnuPG key expiration (Closes: #16420).
    - Optimize Git operations (share resources, fetch only the needed
      objects).
    - Clone submodules from the host's local repositories (Closes: #16476).
    - Drop useless manual initramfs update (Closes: #16452).
    - Add a sanity check on the size of the initramfs (Closes: #16452).
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  * Test suite
    - Add automated tests for Additional Software GUI (Closes: #14576,
      #14596).
    - Add automated tests on the backup persistence configuration
      (Closes: #16461).
    - Adjust test for Thunderbird 60.5.1 (Closes: #16555).
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    - Upgrade LibreOffice to 1:5.2.7-1+deb9u5 (DSA-4381).
    - Upgrade cURL to 7.52.1-5+deb9u9 (DSA-4386).
    - Upgrade Qt 5 to 5.7.1+dfsg-3+deb9u1 (DSA-4374).
    - Upgrade OpenSSH to 1:7.4p1-10+deb9u5 (DSA-4387).
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  * Major changes
    - Make the USB image the main supported way to install Tails (refs: #15292).
      On first boot, grow the system partition to a size that's a factor
      of the size of the boot medium and randomize GUIDs (Closes: #15319).
    - Upgrade Linux to 4.19, version 4.19.13-1 (Closes: #16073, #16224).
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      Fixes CVE-2018-19985, CVE-2018-19406, CVE-2018-16862, CVE-2018-18397,
      CVE-2018-18397, CVE-2018-18397, CVE-2018-18397, CVE-2018-19824,
      CVE-2018-14625.
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    - Upgrade to the Debian Stretch 9.6 point-release.

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    - Upgrade OpenSSL to 1.0.2q-1~deb9u1 (DSA-4355-1).
    - Upgrade libarchive to 3.2.2-2+deb9u1 (DSA-4360-1).
    - Upgrade GnuTLS to 3.5.8-5+deb9u4 (CVE-2018-10844, CVE-2018-10845).
    - Upgrade libgd3 to 2.2.4-2+deb9u3 (CVE-2018-1000222, CVE-2018-5711).
    - Upgrade libmspack to 0.5-1+deb9u3 (CVE-2018-18584, CVE-2018-18585).
    - Upgrade libopenmpt to 0.2.7386~beta20.3-3+deb9u3 (CVE-2018-10017).
    - Upgrade libx11 to 2:1.6.4-3+deb9u1 (CVE-2018-14598, CVE-2018-14599,
      CVE-2018-14600).
    - Upgrade libxcursor to 1:1.1.14-1+deb9u2 (CVE-2015-9262).
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    - Upgrade zeromq3 to 4.2.1-4+deb9u1 (CVE-2019-6250).
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    - Upgrade GhostScript to 9.26a~dfsg-0+deb9u1 (DSA-4372-1).
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  * Bugfixes
    - Fix Totem's access to the Internet when it's started from the Applications
      menu.
    - Rename HTP pools to avoid confusion (Closes: #15428).
    - Fix memory erasure on shutdown with systemd v239+, by mounting
      a dedicated tmpfs on /run/initramfs instead of trying to remount /run
      with the "exec" option (Closes: #16097).
    - Make the KeePassX wrapper dialog translatable.
    - Fix detection of first Thunderbird run.

  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Upgrade tor to 0.3.4.9-1~d90.stretch+1.
    - Upgrade Mesa to 18.2.6-1~bpo9+1, libdrm to 2.4.95-1~bpo9+1,
      and libglvnd to 1.1.0-1~bpo9+1.
    - Upgrade firmware-linux and firmware-nonfree to 20190114-1.
    - Upgrade amd64-microcode to 3.20181128.1.
    - Upgrade intel-microcode to 3.20180807a.2~bpo9+1.
    - Remove the boot readahead feature (Closes: #15915).
      In most supported use cases, it did not improve boot time anymore,
      or even increases it.
    - Require TLS 1.2 in our Upgrader and tails-security-check (Closes: 11815).
    - Enable O_CREAT restriction in /tmp directories for FIFOs and regular
      files (Closes: #16072).
    - Upgrade systemd to 240-4~bpo9+0tails1 (Closes: #16352).
      Fixes CVE-2018-16864, CVE-2018-16865, and CVE-2018-16866.
    - Upgrade Enigmail to 2.0.8-5~deb9u1 (Closes: #15657).
    - Upgrade Torbirdy to 0.2.6-1~bpo9+1 (Closes: #15661).
    - Modify Torbirdy configuration in a way that's easier to maintain.
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  * Build system
    - Make the build of the USB image reproducible (Closes: #15985).
    - Allow specifying which set of APT snapshots shall be used during
      the build, with the APT_SNAPSHOTS_SERIALS build option (Closes: #15107).
    - Fix more GIDs and display more information when changing UIDs or GIDs
      fails (Closes: #16036).
    - Remove obsolete patches, refresh remaining ones to apply on top
      of currently installed packages version.
    - Disable irrelevant recurring jobs in Vagrant build box (refs: #16177)
      that increase the chance of FTBFS due to mksquashfs being reaped
      by the OOM killer.
    - Adjust for recent GnuPG error'ing out when it has no controlling terminal.

  * Test suite
    - Adjust test suite for USB image:
      - Add tests that exercise behavior on first boot from a device
        installed using the USB image (Closes: #16003).
      - Drop tests for use cases we don't support anymore with the introduction
        of the USB image (refs: #16004).
      - Adjust remaining tests to focus on main supported use cases,
        i.e. Tails installed from a USB image (refs: #16004.
    - In scenarios where we simulate MAC spoofing failure, test safety-critical
      properties even if the desktop notification is buggy (refs: #10774).
    - Update expected title for our Redmine (Closes: #16237).
    - Update expected image for OpenPGP key search.

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    - Upgrade Tor Browser to 8.0.4-build2 (Closes: #16193).
    - Upgrade Thunderbird to 60.3.0-1~deb9u1.0tails1 (Closes: #16118).
    - Thunderbird: unconditionally disable Autocrypt, as it is not safe in
      its current state (See: #15923, Closes: #16186).
    - Upgrade Linux to 4.18.20 and aufs to 4.18.11+-20181119
      (Closes: #16145).
    - Upgrade cURL to 7.52.1-5+deb9u8 (DSA-4331).
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    - Upgrade Policykit to 0.105-18+deb9u1 (DSA-4350).
    - Upgrade Samba to 2:4.5.12+dfsg-2+deb9u4 (DSA-4345).
    - Upgrade OpenSSL to 1.1.0j-1~deb9u1 (DSA-4348).
    - Upgrade libtiff to 4.0.8-2+deb9u4 (DSA-4349).

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      · Improve support for incremental upgrades to avoid issues with
        partially applied upgrades (Closes: #14754).
      · Add a prompt after the IUK has been downloaded so the user can
        control when the network will be disabled; previously this was
        done without users having a say, possibly leading to confusion and
        lost work (Closes: #15282).
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  * Minor improvements and updates
    - Remove packages which were needed for getTorBrowserUserAgent
      (Closes: #16024).
    - Fix persistence configuration window opening on full screen
      (Closes: #15894).
    - Time sync: don't temporarily increase tor's log level when using
      bridges/PTs (Closes: #15743).
    - Warn about non-free software depending on the host operating system
      and/or virtualization stack (Closes: #16195).

  * Build system
    - Create USB image after building the ISO, and include it in build
      artifacts (Closes: #15984, #15985, #15990).
    - Release process: adapt to IDF v2 (Closes: #16171).

  * Test suite
    - Add new Using "VeraCrypt encrypted volumes" feature, with scenarios
      split into two parts: "Unlock VeraCrypt Volumes" and "GNOME Disks"
      (Closes: #14469, #14471, #15238, #15239).
    - Reintroduce "Clock is one day in the future in bridge mode" test
      (Closes: #15743).
    - Make starting apps via GNOME Activities Overview more robust
      (Closes: #13469).
    - Check for "Upgrading the system" and adjust to "Upgrade successfully
      downloaded" new UI (See: #14754, #15282).
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    - Harden sudo config to avoid potential future privilege escalation
      (Closes: #15829).
    - Upgrade Linux to 4.18 and aufs to 4.18-20181008 (Closes: #15936).
    - Upgrade the snapshot of the Debian archive to 2018100901 accordingly.
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  * Bugfixes
    - Fix installation of mesa/stretch-backports by installing libwayland*
      from stretch-backports (Closes: #15846).
    - Tor Browser AppArmor profile patch: update to apply cleanly on top
      of torbrowser-launcher 0.2.9-5.
    - Additional Software: fix issues spotted during the code review
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      installed packages, avoiding inconsistency (Closes: #15983).