Security-focused operating system

This is a list of operating systems specifically focused on security. Similar concepts include security-evaluated operating systems that have achieved certification from an auditing organization, and trusted operating systems that provide sufficient support for multilevel security and evidence of correctness to meet a particular set of requirements.

Linux

Android-based

Arch-based

Debian-based

Gentoo-based

Other Linux distributions

BSD

Xen

See also

References

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