We have already released our new encrypted communication mobile phone X1 earlier this month. The only issue that user feedback pointed us at so far, was a bug during the enrollment process, which is addressed in the new Secure OS 3.2.0. Otherwise, the in-house developed solutions attract wide interest from the target market, and users across the globe are already purchasing, enrolling, and enjoying the unmatched combination of data security and hardware integrity, offered by our devices.
This month we officially launched the new major version of our operating system – Secure OS 3.0. The rise in the solution’s value is evident by the good feedback from users and partners we’ve been receiving and the increasing interest in our solutions.
Secure Group, a leader in secure communication solutions, unveils its new Secure OS 3.0. This version is developed to integrate seamlessly with X1, Secure Group’s new flagship encrypted device.
All Android devices ship with a recovery environment preinstalled. This recovery software can be used to restore the device to factory default settings, update its operating system, and perform other diagnostic tasks.
Secure Group, the leader in secure, encrypted voice calls and real-time messaging, today unveiled a security and functionality update to Secure OS.
The new release of our custom version of Android OS is designed with innovative technology to protect against the full range of threats for trusted security of your most sensitive voice and text communications. It eliminates all back-door and data-leak risks from the standard Android OS and adds many security features, like stronger full disk encryption, separate passcodes for unlocking the device and decrypting the locally stored data, and a more private notification system.
The latest Secure OS hotfix brings improved integration with Secure Chat and consistent user experience when updating secure applications.
Today we released one of the most comprehensive updates of Secure OS that will transform the way users interact with our encrypted devices. Significant improvements have been made to the interface, enrollment process, and password management to ensure that using Secure Phone remains as easy and intuitive as possible.
Today we released a new version of Secure OS. Though a fairly small update, it brings important enhancements to the Secure Phone’s usability and user experience.
The new version of Secure OS, 2.2.0, introduces Emergency Center and Incognito Mode. These new features help you react quicker in critical situations, and give you more control over wiping the device when necessary.
Smartphones sure are handy. They come with all the functionality one could want from a device – constant internet connection, web browsing, all you favorite social media pages, a camera, map apps that help you find your way. What else could one want? Well, privacy and security. Each of the beforementioned Android functionalities comes with a set of vulnerabilities and expands the device’s attack surface. Here’s why you might be better off without them.