Samsung's introducing consumer-centric features for Knox with the N3. It includes the abilitiy to prevent wiping the device. You can also hide your porn in a seperate secure container that only the phone owner has access to. The SGS4 h/w as it relates to Knox should be the same so hopefully the 4.3 update will push the functionality to the SGS4.
From the N3 press release...
The new GALAXY Note 3 comes with enhanced privacy and security protection provided by Samsung KNOX. Users can activate Samsung KNOX with ease which allows them to run and store security- sensitive applications and data inside a protected execution environment called “container.” The security inside the container is strengthened by system-level protection of Samsung KNOX against malware and phishing attacks as well as hacking attempts on physical devices when devices are stolen or lost. For instance, important personal pictures or video can be stored in the container with no worries for data leakage due to hacking. In addition, users may choose to store enterprise applications and data such as corporate email, contacts and calendar and allow the IT department to manage the container through EAS (Exchange ActiveSync Server). These features make the GALAXY Note 3 an ideal device for BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device to work)
Furthermore, the GALAXY Note 3 is equipped with an improved Find My Mobile feature that allows users to disable the phone when it is stolen or lost. With the enhanced user authentication, the technology prevents stolen mobile phones from being reset to factory settings, and allows users to remotely track or erase the data from their lost or stolen mobile phones.
From Find my mobile userguide:
"Since you cannot use the Find My Mobile service after the execution of the "Wipe my mobile" function, use this function carefully."
Question: if u lock to phone with the service can the thieve factory reset it?
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