SEAndroid brings better security to Android devices

Lock Your Droid

Article from Issue 140/2012

The still experimental but promising SEAndroid framework offers SELinux-like mandatory access control for the Android universe.

The fact that Android devices have increasingly become a target for attack is a tribute to their popularity. Android design vulnerabilities have made life easier for attackers thus far, but the NSA SELinux project has set out to reduce drastically the vulnerability of Android systems with its SEAndroid framework.

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