Encryption

Episode 22 of the ANTAD Podcast discusses encryption!In this episode, we talk about the importance of encryption, what it is and why it is important.Starting off with the news section, we discussed the upcoming new take on "printing" in android that would be debuting with Android 11.We then moved on to a Bluetooth exploit called "Bluefrag" that is patched with the Feb. 2020 security patch.We mentioned in passing the upcoming Samsung event scheduled for Feb. 11 where Samsung would be unveiling its new flagship--The Galaxy S20 series of phones.We also took a little swipe of a possible collaboration between four Chinese phone companies--Huawei, Opo, Xiaomi and Vivio in creating their own equivalence of the "Play Store.”We then move onto apps where I, Warren demonstrated an old, abandoned screen reader--ShinePlus.I also demonstrated a neat little browser called "Epic" that is security-focused, found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.epic.browserFrom an XDA developer, comes and app --Paget96 called "net Speed Indicator" found at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paget96.netspeedindicatorThe last app discussed is a news app called "Knewz," found at the following Play Store URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.newscorp.knewzMoving towards the closing of the episode, we discussed "widgets" and Nimer demonstrated how to create one.The episode closed with a demonstration by Aaron Spears of the "Commentary"--A Chinese Android Screen Reader.As always, we welcome questions, suggestions and the like by sending us email to:antadpodcast@gmail.comTo subscribe to the ANTAD forum, simply send a "join request to:antad+subscribe@googlegroups.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message

Episode 22 of the ANTAD Podcast discusses encryption!In this episode, we talk about the importance of encryption, what it is and why it is important.Starting off with the news section, we discussed the upcoming new take on "printing" in android that would be debuting with Android 11.We then moved on to a Bluetooth exploit called "Bluefrag" that is patched with the Feb. 2020 security patch.We mentioned in passing the upcoming Samsung event scheduled for Feb. 11 where Samsung would be unveiling its new flagship--The Galaxy S20 series of phones.We also took a little swipe of a possible collaboration between four Chinese phone companies--Huawei, Opo, Xiaomi and Vivio in creating their own equivalence of the "Play Store.”We then move onto apps where I, Warren demonstrated an old, abandoned screen reader--ShinePlus.I also demonstrated a neat little browser called "Epic" that is security-focused, found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.epic.browserFrom an XDA developer, comes and app --Paget96 called "net Speed Indicator" found at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paget96.netspeedindicatorThe last app discussed is a news app called "Knewz," found at the following Play Store URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.newscorp.knewzMoving towards the closing of the episode, we discussed "widgets" and Nimer demonstrated how to create one.The episode closed with a demonstration by Aaron Spears of the "Commentary"--A Chinese Android Screen Reader.As always, we welcome questions, suggestions and the like by sending us email to:antadpodcast@gmail.comTo subscribe to the ANTAD forum, simply send a "join request to:antad+subscribe@googlegroups.com

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