Installation of Kicksecure ™ on a USB

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Current Situation[edit]

Logo-usb-500x500.png Yes, Kicksecure ™ can be used on a USB.

  1. Install Debian on USB.
  2. Distribution morph Debian into Kicksecure ™.

At this time, Kicksecure ™ does not provide a USB creator / image.

There are a number of online guides explaining how to install Debian on a USB.

If it is actually booting into non-persistent live boot is what you're interested in, look into live mode.

Specifically useful is Kicksecure ™ in combination with the default pre-installed grub-live software package which makes it possible to boot the host operating system into Host Live Mode.


A higher level of security is attained by installing the host operating system(s) required for Kicksecure ™ on a dedicated, (encrypted), external disk(s) like a USB flash drive or others. [1]

  • Using external media reduces the risk of other operating system(s) infecting the Kicksecure ™ host operating system.
  • When Kicksecure ™ disk(s) are not in use, they can either be removed or hidden.



Operating System Live ISO, Host Operating System Installer. Community contributions are most welcome.


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