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  • Google brings encryption to low-end devices with Adiantum

    Google brings encryption to low-end devices with Adiantum0

    More security, without slowing your handset down INTRODUCING ADIANTUM. No, don’t stop reading botany buffs – we’re not talking about the maidenhair fern of the same name, but a new kind of encryption that Google has finally decided is ready for public consumption.   Why do we need a new kind of encryption? Well, if you’ve

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  • Google launches Adiantum encryption for low-end Androids

    Google launches Adiantum encryption for low-end Androids0

    Google has announced an effort to bring device encryption to a wider range of Android devices – including smartwatches and even medical systems – using a new encryption system better-suited to low-end devices without hardware cryptographic acceleration capabilities: Adiantum. The creation of the first handheld mobile phone, a prototype developed by Motorola and used to

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