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Anyone can run this Business, no design or sales experience necessary to run your own MobileApp Design and Development Business in this multi-million dollarnicheencompassing the production of optimizedMobile Apps. What happens when a sale takes place? You will receive an email and payment via PayPal immediately when a customer places an order on the website. You then place an order with the Supplier to create the required App. Your Supplier takes over…

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How do I prevent hackers that use developer apps to manipulate devices

I received a screen shot from someone that was intetionally setting me up to be hacked. The picture had some kind of hidden code that left my device venerable. Shortly after my device was completely taken over by hackers using code and developers apps. I tapped on the build number on my phone 8 times to access developer options. When I did I got a pop up saying I am already a developer. This has now been going on a long time and I have been able to narrow thinga down. I need assistance with cleaning out the device. If I restore the device it restores from an existing back up and makes it worse. Thank you

How to Find the Latest Window Apps

What types of Android Apps are there that will really impress the customers? There are many options that you can choose from. Here are some of the popular ones:

Navigation Apps: This is easy access to your profile, browsing history, email accounts, and more. These are the main reasons why people love using these. The navigation is made more convenient with the help of some new features such as instant search, and social integration.

Phone Control Apps: If you are a budding entrepreneur who wants to develop an app that is entirely about managing your phone, then a Phone Control App is what you need. Some features include the ability to control all the functions of your phone with the right app installed on your device. You can be sure that your business will benefit greatly from using these. You are curious to know more about antivirus, read this.

Mobile Messaging Apps: When the mobile industry was just starting out, people were initially too apprehensive of having their messages leaked on the market. With today’s technologies, you can now stay connected with your friends and business associates from any part of the world. It is very important to have an app that will allow you to get in touch with your loved ones as soon as possible.

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Full-Featured Games: Are you tired of playing Angry Birds, Facebook, and other similar apps that are available for free? Why not try to develop a full-featured game and create a platform that will give you and your users something truly unique. With the right kind of graphics and sound effects, your game will definitely win over the competition.

One Top Paid Applications: When you want to create your own business, a high-end application is what you need. However, it is hard to develop such applications on your own. You need a developer, and this is where an expert can help you develop a useful and a high-tech application.

If you have an idea on how to make your Android application the best one, all you need to do is to hire a mobile developer to handle your task. However, you must make sure that you get in touch with the right developer. who will provide you with the best possible products and applications?

Can one trust OS and apps from Onyx: app store, modified Android, Onyx Cloud

Onyx Boox is a brand of e-book reader produced by Onyx International Inc, based in China. They have e-book readers based on Android OS. They have features that can violate user privacy or other accounts security:

  1. App store with optimized for e-book apps from other App stores: kindle, office, evernote and etc
  2. Account manager: Dropbox, Evernote and etc
  3. Option to enable Google play and other Google services (like Calendar)
  4. Onyx Cloud (sync personal notes and etc)

So the question is: are there any sings of backdoors or vulnerabilities known about their modified apps or OS itself or other stuff that can lead to user data leaks (like privacy leaks or leaks of sensitive information: like passwords or other data)?

Using OpenVPN on Windows instead of VPN apps: missing certificate

Sorry this might be a noob question, but I subscribed to a VPN provider which ships its own app on Windows. Now I thought I’d prefer to use the OpenVPN client app instead.

I create a profile by providing it with a .ovpn file, which contains a block and a block as well.

Upon connecting, OpenVPN fails with “Connection Error. Missing external certificate“.

All those different certificates are quite abstract to me, but I think it needs a “client certificate”. Is it something created for my profile by the VPN provider when I registered? Or can I generate it myself? When trying to add a certificate in the Windows OpenVPN app, I am asked for .p12 files. Also, when hitting “continue” (without external certificate), the connection never establishes.

For comparison, when putting .ovpn file in Linux in Network-Manager, it works out of the box.

What is the missing step or package? It’s never made clear on the VPN provider help pages.

Why is it possible for all programs / apps to see all network traffic?

I am reading about sandboxing, specifically for Android and Linux based systems (like snap apps). Each app is isolated and can only see its own files, i.e. each app has its own environment. What I don’t understand is why can each app see all network traffic being sent? On Android I can install HTTP Canary which works by being a VPN and then allows you to see all traffic sent from your device. On my PC I can use Wireshark and monitor all traffic sent from my computer. My question is, why is this possible? Why do all programs have the ability to see all network traffic? Shouldn’t true sandboxing result in only each app being able to see its own network traffic? I am thinking that it’s because all programs have access to the network adapter, i.e. all programs should be able to use the network adapter, and thus each program can see everything that enters and exits the network adapter. Wouldn’t it be better if some form of channels were used, so each app can only see its own channel in the network adapter? I know that as soon as the traffic leaves the device, every device nearby can monitor the wireless traffic, as it is in the air (it’s encrypted however). However it’s only before it leaves the network adapter that I don’t understand, why all programs can see all traffic.

Is there no way to bypass certificate pinning without patching apps?

Can you do anything other than patching apps’ compiled-code/cert-files (which is app-specific, requires manual analysis and patching + super-user/root) to intercept TLS traffic of apps that use certificate pinning?

The answer seems to be No, from mitmproxy’s docs:

Certificate Pinning

Some applications employ Certificate Pinning to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks. This means that mitmproxy and mitmdump’s certificates will not be accepted by these applications without modifying them. It is recommended to use the passthrough feature in order to prevent mitmproxy and mitmdump from intercepting traffic to these specific domains. If you want to intercept the pinned connections, you need to patch the application manually. For Android and (jailbroken) iOS devices, various tools exist to accomplish this.

I understand that certificate pinning is part of the trust model of these apps, at the same time as a user, I would like to sniff/intercept their traffic for analysis, locally on my device, in order to make statistics/insights on my habits and behavior, from events such as emails sent (using ProtonMail), messages sent (using Signal/WhatsApp) or any event that can be deduced from the analysis of traffic (using something similar-to/as-powerful-as mitmproxy’s Python scripting API or Scapy’s filters).

Do UIWidgets work well for developing mobile apps in Unity?

I just found out about this package and am going to check it out:

It’s a UI framework for Unity that is based on Flutter, which I find interesting. I was considering Flutter for some mobile game ideas I have, but if this works well I’d much prefer sticking with Unity (my main tool).

Does anyone have experience with UIWidgets and know if it works well? It looks like it was developed by Unity in China, is it used by anyone else?