Linux Weekly Roundup: Tails 6.4, Tor Browser 13.5, KDE Plasma 6.1, SysLinuxOS 12.4, and More!

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  • Tails 6.4 now stores a random seed on USB for stronger cryptography. Updates include HTTPS for APT repositories, new Tor Browser and client versions, and Thunderbird updates (release note).
  • Tor Browser 13.5 has been released, featuring enhanced fingerprinting protections, improved bridge user settings, a simplified Onion site error design, and a new native Android connection experience (read more).
  • The KDE Project announced KDE Plasma 6.1 with GPU sync for NVIDIA, triple buffering, better Flatpak and WireGuard support, enhanced system notifications, and new features for improved usability and performance (release note).
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP6 offers a secure, reliable Linux solution for business-critical workloads, featuring advanced security, high availability, and seamless compatibility across diverse environments, with support until 2037 (release note).
  • SysLinuxOS 12.4 was released with bug fixes, a new kernel 6.7, improved usability, enhanced Gnome and Mate menus, and better integration tools for system integrators and network administrators (release note).

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