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[liberationtech] Fwd: Firefox OS with built in support for OpenPGP encryption

Michael Rogers michael at briarproject.org
Fri Sep 13 02:56:49 PDT 2013


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On 13/09/13 10:04, Eugen Leitl wrote:
> Baseband processors leave the system wide open to all kind of
> attacks. Countermeasure would be running the 2G/3G/4G stack in an
> open source SDR radio, or using an open source VoIP device that
> connects by WLAN to a MiFi, which is considered part of the
> untrusted Internet.
> 
> The open source WLAN VoIP handset is more difficult than it
> appears. In practice you'll have to use e.g. Jitsi with an USB
> headset on a portable computer. Not exactly painless, and it opens
> you up to system compromises.
> 
> If anyone is aware of suitable dedicated hardware, I'd be thankful 
> for pointers.

The Samsung Galaxy Player (Samsung Galaxy S WiFi in some countries) is
essentially an Android phone without a baseband. I believe you can run
CyanogenMod on it.

Cheers,
Michael

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