New Release: Tails 5.19
Closing a Tor circuit from Onion Circuits
You can now close a given Tor circuit from the Onion Circuits interface. This can help replace a particularly slow Tor circuit or troubleshoot issues on the Tor network.
Addition of sq-keyring-linter
At the request of people who use SecureDrop to
provide secure whistleblowing platforms across the world, we added the
sq-keyring-linter improves the cryptographic parameters of PGP keys
stored in their airgapped machines.
Changes and updates
Update Tor Browser to 13.0.1.
Update the Tor client to 0.4.8.7.
Update Thunderbird to 115.4.1.
Update the Linux kernel to 6.1.55.
For more details, read our changelog.
None specific to this release.
See the list of long-standing issues.
Get Tails 5.19
To upgrade your Tails USB stick and keep your Persistent Storage
- Automatic upgrades are available from Tails 5.0 or later to 5.19.
You can reduce the size of the download of future automatic upgrades by doing a manual upgrade to the latest version.
- If you cannot do an automatic upgrade or if Tails fails to start after an automatic upgrade, please try to do a manual upgrade.
To install Tails on a new USB stick
Follow our installation instructions:
- Install from Windows
- Install from macOS
- Install from Linux
- Install from Debian or Ubuntu using the command line and GnuPG
The Persistent Storage on the USB stick will be lost if you install instead of upgrading.
To download only
If you don't need installation or upgrade instructions, you can download Tails 5.19 directly:
Support and feedback
For support and feedback, visit the Support section on the Tails website.