With the latest events, anonymity and privacy are becoming more and more fashionable online. MOFO Linux is one of those operating systems that focus on privacy and browsing without any control from governments.
Thanks to this distribution you will be able to browse the internet with total freedom, bypassing the prohibited web pages in your country and also doing it without anyone knowing what you are doing.
How do you do it? Well, with the help of all kinds of advanced tools designed exclusively for these purposes. Inside MOFO we have the option to create a VPN network(virtual private network) with OpenVPN, browsing the hidden internet (Deepweb / darknet) with Tor, I2P and Freenet among others and we also have the option to encrypt files with the Veracrypt system, with Zulucript and with Ecryptfs.
At the moment this operating system is not in Spanish, since we only have English, Chinese and Arabic languages available, however, it is easy to understand english, since the distribution has been simplified as much as possible since its last version.
The distribution is based on Ubuntu (previously Slackware), uses the Unity desktop and it is already on its version 4.6. New tools are added in each version to help improve the distribution. Bugs detected by users are also being corrected, so that the total security of the distribution is guaranteed.
MOFO Linux has an official blog, which is counting all the news that are happening in this distribution. I advise to take a look, to always be informed of everything that happens.
Ultimately, if you are fed up with government agency surveillance and want to try something other than Tails, uses MOFO for this function, as it fulfills it perfectly. To do so, start by visiting its official website, where there are el download link to ISO image of the operating system.