Advanced Plus Security Thales Linux (Debian Cinnamon) 2022

Last updated
Nov 10, 2022
How it's used?
For home and private use
Operating system
Other operating system
Debian 5.10.0-19-amd64
On-device encryption
Log-in security
    • Basic account password (insecure)
Security updates
Allow security updates and latest features
Network firewall
Real-time security
Firewall security
About custom security
Incoming: Deny
Outgoing: Allow
Periodic malware scanners
Malware sample testing
I do not participate in malware testing
Browser(s) and extensions
No Extensions
Secure DNS
Desktop VPN
Password manager
Maintenance tools
File and Photo backup
Cloud and External Drives
System recovery
System: Timeshift

No need to know the password of my email. I have 4 cloud backups and 2 external drives.

What if I lose my external backups, phone and my system can't be restored?
New system starts. I log in to one of my clouds and download the Keepass Database and Keyfile.
If I can log in then I can restore everything.

What if Keepass database is corrupted?
It has a chance because I use sync software to upload things to cloud.
That's why I upload my important stuff manually to Google Drive.
But I also have the password database in plaintext format inside a Veracrypt container.

So, I consider this as a very secure method

Someone tried to log in to my email and my email provider logs me out.
Almost no chance because my log in email address is different (and not shared) from my regular mail address.

Even if this happens and I lose every physical access to my Password database.
That's why I have 4 cloud access and "Password backup plan" scenario starts.

Not bulletproof but very secure.

I used it in the past and but I realized one program (e.g.: keepass) is better than two (veracrypt and spreadsheet viewer).
Also, phone has problem opening verycrypt containers. Cryptomator (paid on android) could be an option but I'm fine with Keepass.
I think Keepass with Keyfile is secure as Veracrypt.

Main email: random 40-50 char long passwords. No 2FA need because of different login mail.
Ways to prove it's me: Requires 2FA code only if I wanna change account settings

Is it Secure without 2FA?
Yes it is! :D

No need because login details of non-important sites stored in my browser.
Risk factors
    • Browsing to popular websites
What I'm looking for?

Looking for medium feedback.


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Thread author
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Nov 26, 2017
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