Worlds First I2P by default Live OS: Prestium

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In this video, we take a look at the world’s first live Linux distribution that runs the I2P anonymity network by default. This distribution, called “Prestium” is designed to provide users with a secure and private online experience.

I2P, or the Invisible Internet Project, is a network that allows users to communicate anonymously and securely. It is built on top of a peer-to-peer network and uses various forms of encryption to protect user’s data. The I2P network is particularly useful for people who are concerned about their online privacy, as it makes it difficult for anyone to track their online activity.

Prestium is based on a popular Linux distribution and is designed to be easy to use for people who are new to Linux. It comes with a variety of pre-installed software, including the I2P router and a number of anonymous communication tools and things that you may need (like PGP software) by default. To get started with Prestium, all you need is a computer with a DVD drive or a USB drive. You can either burn the ISO image to a DVD or create a bootable USB drive. (use etcher for this!) once you have done that, you can boot your computer from the DVD or USB drive, and you will be presented with a live desktop environment.

Today I show you me setting it up and running it in a virtual set up using virtual box. Overall, Prestium is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to protect their online privacy and experience the benefits of the I2P network. It’s easy to use, comes with a variety of useful tools and features, and it’s completely free to use.

Whether you’re a privacy-conscious individual or a business looking for a secure way to communicate, Prestium is definitely worth checking out.

Links: Github with .torrent file (download the .torrent and run it): Prestium release on Github (with HTTP mirrors):

Donations for Prestium: Prestium’s Monero address: 45ZLqYJ8iKt1mE2xarmW8oAkFgY9QYT8ab1RFGc99pn2Gg5PDXii5vDCtg6NXiBdgKfRpTbDrKvUJFiwfkyuNLCMP25QgMZ