Category: New Release

IOCipher beta: easy encrypted file storage for your Android app

At long last, we are proud to announce the first beta release of IOCipher, an easy framework for providing virtual encrypted disks for Android apps. does not require root or any special permissions at all the API is a drop-in replacement for the standard java.io.File API, so if you have ever worked with files in Java, you already know how…

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Orbot v11 is out!

After previous fits and starts, we’ve stabilized Orbot v11 now with the RC6 release. Our core testers and public users via the Google Play distribution are back to happy and stable states of being. The latest version can be found: 1) In Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.torproject.android 2) In our F-Droid repo: https://guardianproject.info/2012/03/15/our-new-f-droid-app-repository/ 3) Our via direct APK here: https://guardianproject.info/releases/Orbot-release-0.2.3.23-rc-1.0.11-RC6.apk (.asc) As always you…

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Our new F-Droid App Repository (out of date!)

Update: this blog post has been changed to reference our new FDroid repository at https://guardianproject.info/fdroid. If you are still using the old one originally described here which has the URL https://guardianproject.info/repo, you should switch to the new repo as soon as possible! For all of you out there looking for a safe way to find and download apps outside of…

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SQLCipher for Android v1 FINAL!

  Team GP along with the good folks at Zetetic, are happy to announce that we have reached FINAL on our first release (“v1” 0.0.6 build) of SQLCipher for Android. This means we consider this a production release, ready for shipping with your apps to provide for reliable, open-source, secure application data encryption. If you need a refresher, here is what the cross-platform,…

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Announcing ObscuraCam v1 – Enhance Your Visual Privacy!

We’re very happy to announce the beta release of ObscuraCam for Android. This is the first release from the SecureSmartCam project, a partnership with WITNESS, a leading human rights video advocacy and training organization. This is the result of an open-source development cycle, comprised of multiple sprints (and branches), that took place over the last five months. This “v1” release is just…

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