Tails 3.2 is out
This release fixes many security issues and users should upgrade as soon as possible.
We added support for PPPoE and dial-up Internet connections.
Please tell us if this still doesn't work for you!
We installed BookletImposer to convert linear PDF documents into booklets, and vice-versa.
We added GNOME Screen Keyboard to replace Florence, the previous virtual keyboard, which had many issues.
Upgrades and changes
tails releasesUpgrade Linux to 4.12.12. This should improve the support for newer hardware, especially NVIDIA Maxwell graphics card.
Upgrade Thunderbird from 45.8 to 52.3.
Require a 8 GB USB stick to install Tails. 4 GB USB sticks that are already installed can still be upgraded.
Tails Installer now detects when the target USB stick has Tails installed already and automatically proposes to upgrade. This made possible to remove the initial splash screen.
Please let us know if this makes it hard for you to use Tails!
Deny access to the D-Bus service of Pidgin to prevent other applications to access and modify its configuration. #14612.
Fix the import of secret OpenPGP keys in Password and Keys. #12733
For more details, read our changelog.
None specific to this release.
See the list of long-standing issues.
Get Tails 3.2
To install, follow our installation instructions.
To upgrade, automatic upgrades are available from 3.0 and 3.1 to 3.2 (but not from 3.0.1 due to #13426).
If you cannot do an automatic upgrade or if you fail to start after an automatic upgrade, please try to do a manual upgrade.
What's coming up?
Tails 3.3 is scheduled for November 14.
Have a look at our roadmap to see where we are heading to.
Support and feedback
For support and feedback, visit the Support section on the Tails website.