Posts tagged Android
I have been invited to present StegDroid at the WTICG – SBSeg 2011 workshop, which will take place in Brasília, Brazil.
[translation] The Brazilian Symposium on Information Security and Computer Systems (SBSeg) is a scientific event promoted annually by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC). It represents the main forum in the country for the presentation of research and relevant activities related to information security and systems. The 11th symposium will be held between 06 and 11 November 2011 in Brasilia, DF, and is organised by the group of Network Engineering and the Department of Computer Science, both from the University of Brasilia.
The accepted version of the paper is available online at the SBSEG site.
This is a first release of my Dissertation project Android app: StegDroid. It uses Echo Steganography to hide small amounts of data (A text-message’s worth) inside an audio message recorded from the microphone in your phone in a basically un-perceptible way. The data can be encrypted with a password. This is very early days, and there’s a lot of work to be done, but if you’re interested please have a go. QR code after the break.
Update – Now on the Android Market
I’ve just released the first beta version of my first Android game: Dust. It’s a casual game, in which you have to herd dust particles around my desk and into a fiery pit! You can play in either time-trial mode, or in maze mode, where there are 5 levels to complete. Get it now from the Android market! QRCode after the break. (more…)
Froyo’s Flash for Android works great with the Mixcloud player. It even stops playing if you get a call/notification and resumes automatically afterwards without any fuss, and it can be tucked away in a browser tab and minimized while you’re doing other stuff, exactly as you would on your laptop.
QR code included after the jump: (more…)
This guide at xda-developers works great:
I updated from Cyanogen 5.0.6
Works well, a lot easier to use than wpToGo!
I got my Nexus One from Google yesterday, and it’s great! It took 3 days to ship from Illinois, and I didn’t need to pay any extra taxes on import after I’d bought it. Everything worked fine out of the box, except for internet over the mobile network, which required setting up the access point manually. This requires going to Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names, then tapping and then New APN. The following settings need to be entered: