ServerWatch has an introduction to LiveKiosk, a LiveCD created for the purpose of safe broswing for the public.
LiveKiosk is an ingenious Linux-on-bootable-CD that eliminates the need for a hard drive. It runs on any Pentium-II system or better — just boot it up, and away you go.
ZDNet Australia reports that Knoppix now has a set of new users.
The Victorian Department of Justice (DoJ) is understood to have deployed a secure, “locked-down” Linux environment across more than 100 desktops in state prisons.
Anonym.OS gets a mention near the bottom of this SecurityFocus article under the “Little name privacy” header.
Wired News is covering an OpenBSD-based LiveCD aimed at providing a secure desktop and browsing experience to the user.
To many privacy geeks, it’s the holy grail — a totally anonymous and secure computer so easy to use you can hand it to your grandmother and send her off on her own to the local Starbucks.