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  1. With the recent news of I thought it would be interesting to further explore mobile operating systems that value privacy and security. Although smart phones don't generally offer a beacon of security, there is still a sliding scale at the end of the day. Which lead me to GrapheneOS. A description about their project states: Some of the features that stood out to me include: Stronger app sandbox Hardened app runtime Hardened libc Hardened memory allocator Hardened kernel Reduced attack surface on their enhanced verified boot Disable ptrace (optionally) Improvements made to the fs full disk encryption LTE-only mode if you want to reduce cellular radio attack surface Per-connection MAC randomization Hardened WebView Apps avoid sharing address space layout and secrets Local build and signing infrastructure De-Googled And a lot more. You can learn more about the rest of the features and services at the following URL: https://grapheneos.org/features
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