Secure OS 3.2.1 introduces higher security and smoother user experience. The new version optimizes processes flows, resolves bugs, addresses issues with the Incognito mode, improves the IMSI Catcher Detector, and mainly focuses on eliminating unexpected crashed and glitches. Moreover, Secure OS 3.2.1 updates our value proposition towards potential partners, looking to white-label our mobile security solutions.


Optimized Incognito Mode

We’ve recently updated the Incognito Mode to include more commonly used applications to look more convincing in case of inspection. However, we noted that the update was causing some issues, resulting in unexpected glitches and crashes.

We addressed a bug, causing the Policy Manager to crash after inputting the Wipe Password on the lock screen in Incognito Mode. We’ve also updated the flow of switching from an Incognito to Regular Mode, as it was causing the device to malfunction. Our QA team also found that the scheduled syncs with the system were also not counted while the device was in Incognito mode, resulting in triggering Sync Wipe. This problem was also addressed in the new version.

Improved Device Enrolment Process

One of the major issues we were having with the X1 device was the fact that we had to ask users not to accept the OS Updated during enrolment as it displayed an error due to the security architecture of the device. In Secure OS 3.2.1, we addressed the issue, ensuring smooth enrolment without any problems for the user and without the need to manually stop updates during the process.

Moreover, our QA team found that sometimes, when entering the subscription activation codes, they weren’t accepted by the system the first time. The workaround was pretty simple, as entering the codes a second time was enough to proceed. However, the issue is not present in the enrolment process anymore, and the system accepts the activation codes on the initial try.

Polished Branding of White Label Mobile Solutions

Through the partner feedback platform in Secure Manager – Idea Box, an issue with the white label branding was reported. In device settings, the encrypted communication applications were displayed with their original names, rather than the white label ones. The problem was addressed in the new version, to make the apps’ names in Password Box and device settings, consistent with the white label branding.

We’ve also found a big, causing other devices to recognize the encrypted mobile phone as X1 rather than the product name of the white label. For example, when connecting the device to a PC, it displayed it as X1. In Secure OS 3.2.1, the encrypted phone is now recognizable under the product name of the white label.

IMSI Catcher Detector: Improved Functionality

We’ve also addressed some issues with the IMSI Catcher Detector. We’ve resolved a major problem, causing the application to sometimes malfunction and fail to display both current cell tower and any neighbouring cell towers.

Moreover, once installed, on the Dashboard, IMSI Catcher Detector’s status was displayed as OFF, when in fact, the application was running properly. This information experience problem was also addressed, and now the proper status is displayed.

Optimized Technical Flow of Calculator App

Our QA team found a bug, causing the calculator application to crash when the user long-tapped on the recent apps button. The bug was resolved in Secure OS 3.2.1.

To easy users, we’ve also improved the Currency Converter feature. In the new version, the date and time of the last currency rates update are displayed, so users would be able to have a better understanding of their accuracy.

Continuous Improvements

We’ve also addressed other minor issues and bugs reported by partners through the Ideas Box. Such as the fact that the copy-paste functionality for numeric values in different languages was malfunctioning.

We always aim at improving our solutions and adding more value for users and partners with every update. Subscribe to our blog to follow what improves with each release and be on top of the latest trends in digital threats.


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