With all these new phones and tablets coming out, a lot of Android devices are now equipped with more than one SD cards. On these new devices, there is usually an internal (built-in) storage device, and an external storage device. The built-in storage device might not be an SD card, but the external storage device [...]
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Renzhi Safe v2.2.0 is released today, with some new features and enhancement. Please read the release notes here for information. The user’s guide has also been updated with description of new functionalities.
Ok, back from an exhausting Chinese New Year holiday, year of the Dragon. I finally got some times today, and in the next few days, to work on Renzhi Safe again. I’ll work on adding some new features, those that I always wanted, and follow up with some fixes for problems that users had run [...]
According to a research team, disk encryption is hampering law enforcement, and federal agencies are unable to get at data on an encrypted disk. Contrary to what we all see in the movies and on television, cracking an encrypted drive is not a simple thing; in fact, it’s so difficult that if someone has encrypted [...]
As an update to the previous post, now California’s governor is vetoing legislation requiring police to obtain a court warrant to search the mobile phones of suspects at the time of any arrest. Read the story here. What happens to the Bill of Rights?
Police can now search your phone without warrant, at least in Florida and Georgia, and now in California as well. Read the story here, and the commentary by UCSD law professor Shaun Martin. Another reason to install Renzhi Safe on your Android device, and have your personal information locked in an encrypted safe. I know, [...]
After getting my Android phone, I was looking for an app that would allow me to create an encrypted virtual disk (or volume, or a safe), and that would allow me to put anything in it, securely. I kept looking in the Android app store for a while, there are tons of tools for managing [...]