RoMOS is a hack-proof Android-based platform, Russian government nods approvingly
7. Nikolas.Oliver (limited) posted on 04 Sep 2012, 09:39 7 0
if so why would you commented on this article ?
2. Angkor posted on 04 Sep 2012, 08:31 2 1
U.S. Government should use it to prevent from professional hackers and cyber attacks.
8. Droid_X_Doug posted on 04 Sep 2012, 09:57 1 0
U.S. govt. has their own project to develop an Android-based replacement for the BB handsets. Without 100% control over the code development, there is no way to guarantee the security of the resulting software. It will be a cold day in Hell before the U.S. govt. trusts software developed by the Russian govt.
12. jaytai0106 posted on 04 Sep 2012, 11:14 0 0
I don't know. If it is hack proof, I don't see why wouldn't the U.S. government thinking about using it. The relationship between the U.S. and Russia is completely different now. The U.S. funds Russia to help them to protect their nuclear weapons from any kind of threat.
11. cepcamba posted on 04 Sep 2012, 11:07 1 0
You can't hack Hulk! I'm wondering if Wolverine can hack through though :p
*sorry off topic :)
17. sgogeta4 posted on 05 Sep 2012, 09:22 0 0
Last time he tried, he got ripped and half and thrown away.
4. ibap posted on 04 Sep 2012, 08:37 8 0
OK, so I'm supposed to trust the Russians not to collect data about users? More like they think only they can collect that data.
5. networkdood posted on 04 Sep 2012, 08:40 3 0
nothing is hacker proof....and, what is up with the bogus malware references?
15. htc_prep posted on 04 Sep 2012, 17:32 0 0
right. they HACK android and HACK away at the code to make it UNHACKABLE??? hmm.
and the article says it doesnt send information back to google but they are using a proprietary Russian location services on a platform that the government HACKED to their fit their needs that has servers linked to those devices... yea theres nothing fishy smelling here.
10. cepcamba posted on 04 Sep 2012, 11:05 1 0
So long as it's open source being "hack-proof" can only be for a limited time.
13. jaytai0106 posted on 04 Sep 2012, 11:15 1 0
Yes, the hackers are probably eager to hack it.
14. rusticguy posted on 04 Sep 2012, 16:54 0 0
Immunix from Wirex claimed to be "Hack(er) Proof" distribution of linux was back in early 2000. Company closed and Immunix was bought over by Suse Linux. Nothing is hack-proof. Pulling the power chord (or battery) off from socket is best security :)
16. rallyguy posted on 04 Sep 2012, 20:03 0 0
So they hacked Android to send them the user info instead of Google.