2014-07-16 (W) NFC Chip Implant

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Phone security was upgraded by installing UberDevice Lock for Android. The program offers security by preventing the device from being unlocked unless proper credentials are given. Credentials can be assigned to any of four options: NFC, alphanumeric password, PIN, and 3x3 pattern. The app seemed robust and stable.

Uber Device Lock

The inconvenience of having to present credentials at each startup was frustrating so an app locker will be looked into. Several options were investigated but none proved reliable.

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To do:

  • Install app locker
  • Physically install privacy phone screen protector

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