Posted on April 25th, 2017
EPISODE 029: ANDROID SECURITY WITH CUSTOM ROMS
This week we learn about custom Android roms from Andy Higginbotham, reveal our results of the Faraday bag challenge, answer listener questions, and discuss a new mapping OSINT resource.
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ANDROID CUSTOM ROMS WITH ANDY HIGGINBOTHAM:
F-Droid Repository (open source Apps)
Open Source and Privacy focused, only supports older devices.
Same Rom that the Blackphone uses, but without Silent Circle and hardware upgrades.
CyanogenMod’s successor. No actual stable builds yet
Not actually private, but respected and been around for a long time
Another not particularly private, but long term Rom. Appears to have been recently rebooted
HTC sense based Rom
Fair Phone Social enterprise phone
You have mentioned before about using Rufus on Windows to create bootable USB drives. The method in the book for Mac users is complicated. Any Mac apps that could be used easier?
You guys have mentioned several times that Microsoft Office not only sends back data to Microsoft, but also that it monetizes that data. Where is the evidence for this?
The Complete Privacy and Security Desk Reference
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