Unidentified operating system prompts safety warnings

More than 26,000 people have downloaded an operating system which members of the unidentified hacker group maintain to have created. Soon after the operating system became available, the AnonOps account on Twitter posted a message saying it was fake and wrapped in Trojans.
Later than downloading and running the software, Rik Ferguson, director of Trend Micro's European security research efforts, it was a sensible OS with a bunch of pre-installed tackle that can be used for things like looking for vulnerabilities or password cracking. The creators of the OS denied it was infected with viruses adding that, in the world of open-source software, there were no viruses

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