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Boeing has developed a smart phone spy
The company Boeing , as it turned out, not only engaged in aircraft construction, but also runs errands for the U.S. government. By special government contracts have developed a unique smartphone that will self-destruct if it turns in the wrong hands.
The smartphone has a straightforward name Boeing Black and running a heavily modified version of the operating system Android.
«Boeing Black is based on the security Boeing PureSecure, which has been specially designed for mobile devices. This architecture consists of several layers of protection built into the iron component of the device and its operating system. The device supports a unique system of encryption built stored and transmitted data, which eliminates the possibility of losing important information “- Boeing officials said in a press release.
Also in this press release are quite interesting point: if you try to disassemble your smartphone to get access to his “iron” and try to extract the valuable data, the device will self-destruct. Of course, the word “self-destruct” do not mean that the smartphone will explode or flare up and burn up in the hands of a man trying to parse it. Likely to self-destruct limited to removing all data without the possibility of recovery, and irreversible damage to the equipment to eliminate the possibility of its study and cloning.
If you want to get this device in their hands – we hasten to disappoint you. Get a smart phone can only employees of U.S. government agencies and companies that are directly relevant to U.S. security.
Unlikely we will see this phone is one of the shows like CES or MWG, so that none of its characteristics, no one will provide. Something about this device one can say. It runs on microSIM-cards, supports communication protocols GSM, WCDMA and LTE, has built-in HDMI and USB-ports, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. In other words, their basic functions, this device is very similar to those smartphones that use regular civilian. Nevertheless, according to Boeing, this smartphone is an impregnable fortress for those who steal personal data and classified information.
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Tags: Military technology , Smartphones , total surveillance , spying .
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