Live USB/memory card OpenELEC-based media server toolbox platform for securing the online presence, web browsing and communications.
AntiPrism is a toolbox platform for securing the online presence, web browsing and communications. It is implemented as a set of extensions to the OpenELEC-derived media center software providing a universal and seamlessly integrated web privacy solution for home and small office. It runs from a read-only file system within a secure Linux operating environment bootable from a USB flash drive, SD memory card, or installable on a HDD/SSD. AntiPrism is activated with a password used as an encryption key to a hidden file system. Once deactivated, it leaves no traces of its operations. The computer device running AntiPrism can serve as a media center for watching movies, streaming music and games, and general web surfing with the included basic web browser, because the basic XBMC/Kodi external plug-ins functionalities are preserved and acting as an anonymizing tool in the background. Current AntiPrism version supports i386, x86_64 and ARM-compatible processors running on a wide range of Intel-compatible PCs and Raspberry Pi.