Kodachi is a Debian-based Linux distribution that comes with Tor, a VPN, and DNSCrypt. The desktop environment is integrated with custom scripts that allow you to manage everything using a good looking graphical interface.
With the Conky utility you can view real-time system information about your Internet connection.
The assigned VPN IP, Tor country exit node, open ports, CPU and RAM spikes, as well as bandwidth consumption are displayed in the background while browsing the Internet.
Some of the cloud service providers are integrated with the distribution, with which the user can access Dropbox, SpiderOak to upload files to the cloud.
This is very useful when running a live operating system and you need to save data without leaving any tracks behind.
About Kodachi Linux
Its objective is to preserve your privacy and anonymity and helps the user to:
That your internet browsing is anonymous.
All Internet connections are forced to go through the VPN network and then the Tor network with DNS encryption.
It does not leave any trace on the computer you are using, unless you explicitly request it.
Use state-of-the-art cryptographic and privacy tools to encrypt your files, emails, and instant messages.
Of thehe main tools that the distribution has, the following can be highlighted:
- Onion Circuits / Onion share
- Exodus multi-currency wallet
- Peer Guardian
- Panic Room
- wipe ram
- Wipe Free Space
- Kill OS!
Kodachi comes with many pre-installed applications and tools, you can also change Tor exit country with one click, as well as restart your DNS servers with one click.
New version of Kodachi 5.6
Kodachi being based on Debian, it usually receives some updates from time to time and although some of them are about bug fixes, new packages are also arriving.
One of the main novelties in this new release is Kodachi Nuke, which is ua self-destructive LUKS partition which can be used in Kodachi only if Kodachi is installed and encrypted.
Kodachi Nuke will encrypt your Kodachi with its own keys so you have two passwords, the one the user chose during the Kodachi installation and the new Nuke password.
You will continue to use your first Kodachi password, but once you are forced to open the system, all you have to do is enter the Nuke password and the system will be completely destroyed.
There is no way to crack it even with your first password. Basically, with the password Nuke, you are ordering Kodachi to kill itself by destroying the encryption headers.
Of the most relevant in this new release It can be noted that USB persistence support was improved.
As well as the addition of a tool for creating boot disks for the system.
The FSlint search utility was also added to the distribution's application package.
In the same way, it cannot be forgotten that the system's kernel was updated to a more current version.
Among the corrections that were made to this new update version, there are corrections to the automatic switching on and off of the distribution's DNS services.
As well as cleaning data in memory and eliminating duplicate action buttons in the system.
Download Kodachi 5.6
If you want to try this Linux distro focused on user anonymity, You can get an image of this new version released from their official project website.
To do this, just go to the official website and in its download section you can download the ISO of the system.
The system image can be saved with the help of Etcher.