Commit 2f42c976 authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers
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Get back virtualization doc to a sane state.

Uncoordinated edits made a mess of it. I had previously asked this contributor,
after s/he started making things worse than they were, to *propose* changes from
now on instead of just changing things the way s/he liked... or risk to be
reverted. This is how open wikis end up being closed.
parent 7c0c642a
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Security issues
===============
When running Tails inside a virtual machine, both the host operating system
and the virtualization software are able to monitor what you are doing in
Tails. Moreover, traces of your activities with Tails are likely to be left on the
local hard disk when running Tails in a Virtual Machine.
As even a well-configured host operating system provides an additional target for attacks, the Tails Project recommends to boot Tails directly from a CD or USB flash drive whenever possible.
During boot, Tails checks for the presence of virtualization software and warns
you when it is run inside a virtual machine.
If you read the warning during boot while you are **not aware** to be using a
virtual machine, **consider it a strong warning that your computer is running a
rootkit without your knowledge and someone is eavesdropping on you.**
On some hardware configurations there is a small chance of a false positive,
i.e. the virtualization detection software Tails uses [[wrongly|found_a_problem]]
detects the presence of a Virtual Machine.
Tails. Moreover traces are likely to be left on the local hard disk.
That's why Tails warns you when you are running it inside a virtual
machine. Do not expect Tails to protect you if you run it in a virtual
machine if you do not trust the host computer, Tails is not magical!
If you read this warning while you are not aware to be using a virtual
machine: there could be a [[bug|found_a_problem]] in the
virtualization detection software Tails uses... or something really
weird is happening.
If you are unsure, and if you can afford it, just run Tails from a CD
or USB stick.
Tips and tricks
===============
The [[Tails walkthrough|https://tails.boum.org/support/walkthrough/index.en.html#index15h2]] has a chapter on virtualization.
# Operating systems
## Microsoft Windows
The [[main Tails documentation|support/walkthrough]] has a chapter on
virtualization.
In some cases it is advisable to install a HIPS (Host Intrusion Prevention System)
with high security settings instantly after installing Windows.
Some [[support/virtualization/tips]] can help making the host
operating system and virtualization software a tiny bit more secure.
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