Privacy technology firm Zero-Knowledge Systems announced that it had released the code to the Linux version of its privacy software, Freedom 2.0, Monday.
Freedom is a client for a network that allows users to browse anonymously. Not even a subpoena can identify users because the company retains no information that links its customers with their online pseudonyms.
The company stressed that the open source community's analysis of the source code would result in a more reliable and secure product in the future.
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