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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 ...
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?"...
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:
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:)....
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...