Android Oreo 8.0 protects your phone and datas, how do they do it?!

Android Oreo is coming to your handset with better protection and security level! Discover how this new operating system will protect your handset below!

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Android Oreo: smartphone data and security protector!

Firstly, Android Oreo 8.0 provides your handset with various useful features. One of these applications is a Safe install app. This feature protects your handset from unknown sources download. Furthermore, it prevents hackers from downgrading your phone to an older operating system version. On the other hand, there is also an app – OEM Lock Hardware Abstraction Layer. This feature supports your smartphone from resetting without your personal security information.

Additionally, Android Oreo also takes part in security enhancements for your handset. Firstly, this operating system supports hardware security with Verified Boot. The feature also works with Project Treble to deliver an Android Verified Boot 2.0 (AVB). AVB includes excellent features to help you update your smartphone easier. On the other hand, there is also special functionality for enterprise-level management. For work profiles, Android Oreo 8.0 comes with encryption keys in RAM.

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As a part of Project Treble, the Android framework supports updates more comfortable and less costly for device companies. In Android Oreo, they removed most of the direct hardware from the media frameworks. Furthermore, they have enabled the Control Flow Integrity across every media component. There are also other security layers like Seccomp filtering and Privileged Access Never emulation. Additionally, Android 8.0 comes with Kernel Address Space Layout Randomization. In details, KASLR works by randomising the location where kernel code is on each boot. As a result, this help making code reuse attacks hard and therefore painful to carry out.

Android Oreo is coming to your handset soon!

With the various useful features, Android 8.0 Oreo is a great operating system you should have on your phone! For now, the beta phase for Android Oreo has begun in many handsets! We have in the list Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and Nokia 8. Which handset do you think will be the next? Leave a comment to let us know!