MOFO Linux break censorship. Many governments are implementing blocks to certain web pages for political reasons or simply to combat piracy. We already see how in many countries it is not possible to access certain websites from where previously content could be downloaded for free due to the new laws imposed.
With this Linux distribution called MOFO Linux you can skip these restrictions and access all kinds of websites, without censorship or blocking, navigating with total freedom through cyberspace. MOFO is a derivative of the GNU / Linux Porteus distribution, from the Slackware family, one of the most primitive Linux distros.
MOFO Linux focuses on combat mass surveillance, circumvent government censorship, bypasses the restrictions of some corporations and Internet providers. If you don't want to install it on your computer because you're happy with your distro, MOFO also gives you the possibility to use a LiveCD.
Although its version 3.0 is still Beta, it comes with Linux Kernel 3.14.15 and Lxqt 0.5, a lightweight desktop to replace LXDE. The package manager used by MOFO Linux is SpaceFM and it already comes with a multitude of software such as LibreOffice, WinFF, Popcorn Time, VLC, Qmmp, GIMP, Skype, Zenmap, trojita, Qtransmission, Firefox, etc.
The Navigator Firefox is already preconfigured to use Privoxy and activate the Tor network to browse anonymously and access the coveted deep web. Apart from Tor, you can also use I2P and Olive, the latter is a P2P network to establish secure connections that are difficult to block by the Internet provider. And with its Internet Security Tools, security and anonymity are at your fingertips.
You can get it from official website. Remember if you download it, the default username is “guest” and the password is “root”. If a program asks you for privileges, the password you have to indicate is in this case "toor". All without quotes ...