Protektoid, An application for personal and social privacy review of Andoid Applications

Protektoid update 3.0.2: Oreo support

Protektoid update 3.0.2: Oreo support

The latest release of Protektoid includes two major updates.

  1. stability and performances - we hope app will be far more stable regarding interaction with the system (cause of most of the bugs)
  2. Oreo support

In this post, we will focus on the Oreo support. Another post will explain the other improvements. This post is devided in 4 part, where each of them deals with a specific topic. 

This blog post is partially technical but made for a general audience.

Protektoid release: improved user interface

Protektoid release: improved user interface

The releases of new features are often accompanied by a review of the User Interface, in our to pull the more infos as possible, the best as possible. Protektoid does not against that principle! Find more about it.
Protektoid: speaker at la Nuit du hack XV

Protektoid: speaker at la Nuit du hack XV

Protektoid will be there at the Nuit du hack XV as a speaker. The talk will be about introduction of the permission model implementation in Android, case studies and vulnerabilities in Marshmallow and Nougat
Protektoid Community version 1.6.2 updates and features

Protektoid Community version 1.6.2 updates and features

Today we're releasing a new version of Protektoid Community eddition (ver 1.6.2). We have added some new features with main focus on making it easy to get quick information about critical changes done to your apps both inside Protektoid's app and outside as notifications. We also added Persian language translation to the app which we will go deeper into in another blog post in near future.

android kitkat lollipop marshmallow

Android Permissions on Kitkat, Lollipop and Marshmallow

How does android handles permissions in different versions

In a recent article we talked about how you give privilege to apps on install time to gain access to different parts of your android device. Today we're going deeper into how android handles these permissions in the previous 3 android updates : Kitkat (Api level 19 and 20) Lollipop (Api level 21 and 22) Marshmallow (Api level 23).