Shhh don’t say a word against XprivacyLUA or else…

I'm forced to write another article about XPrivacyLUA because the developer M66B decided to answer me with even more false information in his own XDA thread. In other words, he claimed my previous article - or parts of it - are wrong. Marcel Bokhorst reacted in order to correct my statements I did in my article.... Continue Reading →

Is Android Xposed Module XPrivacyLua dead in the water?

M66B is a well-known developer which got a lot of attention with his XPrivacy Xposed Module back in the day, his latest Xposed Module is called XPrivacyLua which can fake application in order to prevent to give out the app your real ID's. About XPrivacyLua Basically, it's an Xposed module - which needs the Xposed Framework to... Continue Reading →

Xprivacy might comes back as XLUA

The Author of NetGuard and Xprivacy gave us new hope, he announced a comeback on XDA because permissions are still been abused. He made a point because there only a handful of applications which really take care of this, most of such apps requires root access and frameworks like Xposed. That was one of the reason... Continue Reading →

Here the reasons why Swnoden’s App is Garbage!

Love him or hate him, Snowden likely knows a thing or two about securing your data. I will be interested to hear feedback about the Haven app. But first let me share what I got while testing it. Haven is for people who need a way to protect their personal spaces and possessions without compromising... Continue Reading →

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