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  • About shafty023
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    U.S.A. - AT&T
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    Austin,TX
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    Android developer
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    Bachelors Degree in Computer Science
    Senior Android Developer

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  • Last Activity: 25th May 2015 05:58 PM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
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I took the latest source code for Email.apk from CM7 and modified it to remove any Exchange Security policy enforcement. Benefits of doing it this way rather than using an older version of Email.apk is you get the new code updates. Anyways enjoy ...
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Guys seriously. The only reason you can see your password is because you rooted your device. the /data partition which is where the app databases are stored does not grant read permissions to a non-root user. The fact that you chose to root your d...
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And can I get a thank you for allowing my app to be given away for free for a day :)
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The exploit/workaround has nothing to do with root. The issue is some OEMs grant the adb shell root access instead of restricting it to a lower permission user. When the adb shell is granted root access someone is then able to access the /data per...
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You're missing the point, my issue is that it's being stored in plain text, not about who can access that info Did you read my previous message regarding the downside of encrypting that password? How you would no longer have background syncing?...