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[[!meta title="Documentation"]]
- Introduction
- [[Overview|overview]]
- [[Warnings!|warning]]
- Installing Tails
- Downloading (link)
- Verify the image integrity
- Installing onto a USB stick
- Virtualization
- Stay up to date
[[!meta title="Overview"]]
[[!meta title="Warning"]]
The most important would be to be clear about what Tails doesn't
protect you against :
- Doesn't protect you from a targeted attack against a specific person
for example in the case of confirmation attacks, if the two ends of
a connection are analysed, if your connection is being monitored or
- Doesn't protect you against MitM with fake certificates or if you
don't pay enough attention.
- It makes it clear that you are using Tor and probably Tails. It
doesn't make you look like any random Internet user.
- Doesn't clear the metadata of your images for you (eg. the serial
number of your digital camera).
- Doesn't makes your crappy passwords stronger.
- Doesn't magically separte your different virtual identities if used
in parallel in the same session.
- Doesn't protect you from a global adversary.
[[!meta title="Getting started…"]]
Is Tails the right tool for me?
1. First, read the [[overview|doc/overview]] page to get a basic idea of what Tails is.
2. Then read the [[warning|doc/warning]] page to understand **what Tails doesn't protect you
against**, how you can screw up your anonimity or leave traces.
3. If Tails is the right tool for you, go on [[downloading|download]],
[[verifying|download#index2h1]] and [[installing|download#index3h1]] it.
4. Throughout your use of Tails, it's very important to [[stay up to
date|download#index4h1]] with security issues and new versions.
Learning more about Tails…
- Read our [[user documentation|doc]] to learn more about Tails and how to use it.
<!-- - Check our [[FAQ]] for a more question/answer approach on the same topics. -->
- Learn more about Tor, the anonymity network used by Tails on their
website: [[]].
- For a deeper understanding of Tails' specifications and internals, read our
[[design document|contribute/design]].
Found a bug?
If you found a bug in Tails or want to request a new feature, see our
[[found_a_problem]] pages.
Get in touch with us
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<div class="links">
<li>[[Getting started…|getting started]]</li>
<li>[[Found a problem?|found a problem]]</li>
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