I've only been to androidpolice a couple of times and it's now gonna
have to work hard to get any recognition from me.
"One day after android reaches "CLASSIFIED" it might get to the
Sorry, but what a load of xxxx rubbish.
Blackberry servers have to be locked down to get restricted and the
phone OS and server were replaced, after barrack insisted on keeping his
Blackberry. I imagine just a simple mail client (without html, an
option android should have) connected via vpn to a secure server.
Then other rediculous comments (which I realise androidpolice has no
control of) like replacing radios with mobile phones for security
Mobile networks are completely insecure. There are secure jam resistant
radios, but so far DATA has been prohibitively slow and in the uk the
limited bandwidth was swallowed up by voice. Hopefully mobile network
security will improve by finally getting rid of gsm completely, it
certainly would if there was awareness of how easily gsm can be
decrypted. Even then there's another good reason that there is no point
going into why the phone network shouldn't be used for this type of
In fact, a mobile phone is even worse than an old cb radio on a standard
channel if you think it's secure because it's encrypted. (False sense of
Maybe it will help get rid of the enterprise managers who say "windows
and cisco is certified" and then use a web browser on their
exchange box. :-)
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