@infosechandbook Hello, I read your articles about the Lineage-based /e/ ROM, they are very interesting, thank you! Can you explain how you checked the outgoing traffic to Google? I would like to do the same tests on my Fairphone running Fairphone Open.
Also, do you already have an advice about the Firefox OS-based KaiOS concerning privacy? This operating system is running on Nokia's current feature phones. (https://www.kaiostech.com/)
>Can you explain how you checked the outgoing traffic to Google?
We put the /e/ device in a separate VLAN to capture its traffic on the router. Then, we used the phone (e.g., opened apps) and wrote down what we did.
Capturing traffic on the device itself can also work; however, it can also be incomplete.
No, we never used it.
@infosechandbook Thank you for your explanation. So when I will have time to analyze my phone, I will try to isolate it on the network.
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