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Cellphones Encryption Privacy Security

Phil Zimmermann's 'Spy-Proof' Mobile Phone In Demand 107

Posted by Soulskill
from the protecting-against-all-but-the-dumbest-users dept.
An anonymous reader writes "BlackPhone was designed by Phil Zimmermann (inventor of PGP). The 4.7" display phone features a 2 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4i ARM Cortex-A9 quad-core processor with 60 GPU cores, 1GB RAM and 16GB storage [more specs]. The OS is a customized version of Android called PrivatOS which offers encrypted calls, texts and emails that can't be unscrambled even by spy agencies. It also offers built-in resistance against malicious software which will be most welcomed for users worried about free Apps that are becoming increasingly invasive, if not pure data collection spyware for unknown 3rd parties. It's coming out this June, and many Fortune 50 companies have already ordered the phone to protect against industrial espionage."
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Phil Zimmermann's 'Spy-Proof' Mobile Phone In Demand

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