AnonymOS is an aftermarket Android firmware based on Cyanogenmod, the popular alternative Android distribution. Designed with user privacy in mind, AnonymOS provides enhanced security features not present in most Android firmwares.

These features include:

  • Finer grained control of application permissions
  • Data hiding and encryption
  • Symmetric key crypto SMS
  • SQLite auditing/removal/value injection
  • Call/SMS Log manipulation/injection
  • Email encryption via PGP
  • Selective file extension removal (.png, .jpg, etc.)
  • SSH tunneling for web traffic
  • Remote administration/device wipe
  • Device firewall based on IPtables
  • Secure flash deletion

About Frank Sposaro

Frank was the initial student to start the mobile lab with Dr. Tyson. After working on the first project, iFall, he and Dr. Tyson designed the Mobile Programming course as FSU. The course is used as a training base to recruit new students into the lab. His thesis researches several medical related applications, including iFall. Frank then went on to implement the redesign of the “favorite contacts” for Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich at Google HQ in Mountain View, California. He currently acts as a tech lead in the lab getting infrastructure and project management tools setup. He has special focus on native Android coding and UI design.