… or why it’s useless to have the most secure crypto system in the world, when using non-free and untrustworthy tools and libraries to implement it.
Tag Archives: Security
How to (not) contact OpenWhisperSystems about security issues
Assuming you found a security issue in OpenWhisperSystems you consider worth to report privately, how do you do so? Check the whispersystems.org website, you won’t find an e-mail address other than one to apply for a job.
microG Signature Spoofing and its Security Implications
To use all the neat features from the microG project, which allows you to use all features of your Android smartphone without those shitty, proprietary battery-consuming Google blobs, your system is required to support signature spoofing. Currently only very few custom ROMs have built-in support for this feature, luckily you can use Xposed or a patching tool to add the feature to the systems that don’t have it.
But: What is all this about? Is signature spoofing a problem when not using microG? Will it influence my security?