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Tails is safer than any regular operating system. But Tails, or any software or operating system, cannot protect you from everything—even if they pretend to.
The recommendations below will keep you even safer, especially if you are at high risk.
Protecting your identity when using Tails
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Limitations of the Tor network
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Reducing risks when using untrusted computers
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Because you always have to adapt your digital security practices to your specific needs and threats, we encourage you to learn more by reading the following guides:
<a href="https://ssd.eff.org/">EFF: Surveillance Self-Defense</a>
<a href="https://securityinabox.org/">Front Line Defenders: Security-in-a-Box</a>