KingCall-Android supports microSD sized scrambling
An Android-related product announcement – a microSD-sized voice and SMS scrambler designed to protect voice and data comms, from GoTrust.
The Taiwan company has announced microSD modules that plug directly into phones, supplying “military strength” scrambling:
“KingCall-Android: Voice scrambling between private groups of Android Smartphone and Tablet PC Users for less than $38 per user-month,” says the press release. “Groups can be as small as two people or communities of many thousands. Ideal for high profile personalities, boards of directors, road warriors or everybody in a company or organization. It is easy to use; just insert the microSD scrambler, install the KingCall application (it is stored on the Scrambler) and you are ready to talk securely. The address book, call and instant messaging history are encrypted and stored inside the microSD scrambler, they cannot be reviewed without your PIN even if the phone or microSD scrambler is stolen or confiscated. (Five invalid PIN attempts and all the scrambler’s information is locked forever). KingCall-Android includes the functionality of KingCall-PC at no extra charge so use it on your mobile when away and on your PC when back at base. Change phones and the microSD scrambler can be moved, by the user, to the new phone (complete with address book, call history etc.)
Because all the communication is encrypted and decrypted inside the microSD scrambler and nothing is processed inside the phone, Users are safe from Corporate Spies, Private Detectives and all types of Hackers.”