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I would like to note that XPrivacy has been mentioned today in the most recent german computer magazine c't 2015/9 by heise (publisher). The article was about how to keep sniffing Android apps under control, describing several solutions that are ...
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XPrivacy users interested in safe messaging may find the SECURE MESSAGING SCORECARD (offered by the Electronic Frontier Foundation) to be a good starting point for further investigations. Also an interesting read: "How Secure is TextSecure?"...
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To help less experienced people to install XPrivacy with the XPrivacy installer, it would be nice if translations for the installer were contributed. You can find the texts here: https://github.com/M66B/XPrivacyInstaller/blob/master/res/values/str...
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RedPhone is also nice... Yes, I actually suggested to add it to XPrivacy FAQ50 in an earlier posting this year. There was also some criticism about TextSecure here (and no, I don't use WA and never have:cool:)....
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Another bit of information about Heartbleed and Android: According to heise news Google switched to the vulnerable OpenSSL lib with 4.0 and removed the heartbeat function prior to 4.1.2. So 4.1.2+ and all versions before Android 4 should be safe...