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Rights alert 0.3a

License

Rights alert is released under the terms of the GPLv3 license. See LICENSE for details. Launcher image has been created by Sergio Sanchez Lopez and is licensed under the GPL license. See the links section for more details.

What is Rights alert?

Rights alert is an application for Android devices version 2.2 (Froyo) and higher. It has been developped on a 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) phone and has been tested on a 2.2 phone and a 4.0 tablet.

The purpose of Rights alert is to display a list of installed applications that requires a lot of permissions. The principle is simple: each permission represent an amount of points, and if the sum of points exceed a score, the application is considered as dangerous.

What's new?

  • An "about" popup has been added
  • The user is now able to change values used to calculate dangerous applications
  • A little annotation has been added to prevent an error with the new Android SDK

In the next release…

  • The nomenclature of dev and release version code and name will be modified
  • Settings subtitles will display the actual state of the setting
  • Default configurations will be added

Links

History

Version 0.2a

  • The score of each applications is displayed in the list
  • The user is able to choose if he want to sort applications by name or by score
  • The user can hide system applications
  • French translation has been added
  • Applications icons are now limited to 40 for width to fix a display bug

Version 0.1a

  • First release
  • Just displays a basic list of dangerous applications
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