Does Android P private DNS really contribute to privacy? Or to Enterprise control?

Private DNS is a new feature in Android P, which allows you to globally override the DNS settings (received from your carrier, hotspot provider etc.). This means that the said carrier's or provider's DNS servers will not be able to log your browsing habits. Read more here (Android Police). This looks like privacy, but isn't... Continue Reading →

Lockdown in Android Enterprise (Android P DP1)

I’ve previously covered the BYOD experience in Android P, now let’s delve into corporate-owned scenarios. My attempt to cover everything in a single long post had failed, so I’m splitting this into a series. Today we’re covering lockdown. Retrospective Early Android ideology assumed that device lockdown should be impossible. After all, here’s how ransomware works... Continue Reading →

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