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i like how you pick your words like "false" and " features" to show your support of badly designed security and huge bugs
WTF..... can't u see that the phone was already unlocked......!!!!!
[QUOTE="RapStar, post: 19117760, member: 1580309"
its not impossible to hunt down a phone yourself if find my phone works.[/QUOTE]I strongly advise you to not. You can never know who has your phone, you may end hurt....
But then any security is useless if you put the phone in a signal blocking bag... but you can break a car window also so why the hell due they have a lock on the car door? To block access with zero skills.
That is how Android is designed to work, so why don't you blame Google and ask them to improve the security ?
Well, then don't you think such people should be punished? I mean who is so careless that forgets the phone somewhere? Only absent minded people, and if they lose their phone, it's a lesson for life
I wonder what would the person who created this thread must be thinking after reading all responses?
lol, are you serious? nobody perfect bro and lots of people forget their phone every now and then but that doesnt mean there has to be weak security.
its funny that i have to defend it to multiple people that protect these bugs. makes you think they are part of the incompetent security developers.
Tell me this, your device is frozen and since your screen is locked button combinations are forbidden
@youbi here's a valid point for argument
Also as far as Samsung goes..... Security on Samsung is by far the worst I ever seen
I'm dead serious.. I've a solution, and this solution is rated as innovation of the century.. Specially for the people who forget their phone every now and then.. This will ensure that they never forget their phone
try reading everything before you start this " im so smart" comments.
i already said hard reset is always possible but not everyone knows how to use it.
No computer or phone is completely secure when physical access is allowed by an unauthorized user... No amount of BIOS passwords, login passwords, or anything extended authentication will be unable to be overcome... Physical access is total access...
Ever for your run of the mill illiterate thief, all he had to do is hold down the power button for a few seconds...
Are you so stubborn that you don't want to understand what we guys are trying to tell you???
You're talking to a guy right now who handles the entire security department at his company and i say the whole thing where the statusbar should be locked is bs
There now you have it from an actual professional who's been doing this for almost 4 years now. You want to say that you know more than me without being qualified for this?
Find some other place to troll. Go there and teach people your falsified concepts of security.
so because you run a security department makes you a security expert in all platforms? please stop acting like you know it all because you clearly do not.
The fact that you cant even see the risk makes me question what type of department you are running because i doubt its anything serious.
maybe 30% of the people know how to hard reset a phone so that still leaves 70% that doesn't so this makes lock screen security even more important.
As for Samsung I doubt anyone has seen the actual code for the TIMA/TEE/TPM drivers that are handling encryption. It is very much possible that Samsung introduced a backdoor there and you'd never know because flashing a custom ROM for analysis breaks the efuse of these components
YouTube video -> how to reset oneplus 6
Done I guess?
BULLETIN 17 : l'été arrive
by Gaston NP, 2019-05-31