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What's new in this version (2.0.5):
2.0.3-4-5: Moto. workarounds
2.0.2: improve detection accuracy.
2.0.1: suggest CC'ing the dev when sending report.
2.0: add the ability to send reports by mail!
1.3: add workaround for Motorola Defy kernel bug.
1.2: add workaround for original Motorola Droid/Milestone kernel bug.
1.1: update analysis results presentation
0.5: add application icon
This app's goal is to let you find out as easily as possible if your Android device hosts CarrierIQ rootkit or not.
Results cannot be blindly trusted but the accuracy is decent already.
* Work is in progress: We are actually writing an optional public reporting feature, that will allow to build an wide database describing Carrier IQ installations.
How to remove Carrier IQ? Call your carrier, convince them to change of policy.
Some anti - Carrier IQ fixes are not detected yet and can generate false positives (now improved a lot)
This is an open source app, please contact me for collaboration & contributions, we will work together.
You're welcome reviewing its source code. It's a security app after all.
- François SIMOND @supercurio
- Roman Birg @romanbb
More infos about Carrier IQ + app that act and not just look, by TrevE
Required to look for evidences in logcat.