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NC_1 Shipping Update

April 01, 2019

Updates for the Necunos NC_1.

Necunos is co-organizing Infosec Hackathon for Journalists in Brussels

January 30, 2019

Necunos is committed to protecting journalists and their sources. The workshop or hackathon is organized for journalists to learn about cyber security and to give feedback on how Necunos can help.

Necunos NC_1 and NE_1 Press Release

January 03, 2019

Press Release for the Necunos NC_1 and NE_1.

New Website Launched - Q&A, New branding and more

December 21, 2018

New website design, new information released and new branding for the necunos

Necuno Solutions and Replicant Project collaboration

December 12, 2018

We are proud to announce our community collaboration with Replicant project

Necuno Solutions and Nemo Mobile collaboration

December 10, 2018

We are proud to announce our community collaboration with Nemo Mobile

Necuno Solutions and Maemo Leste collaboration

December 07, 2018

We are proud to announce our community collaboration with Maemo Leste

Necuno Solutions and WebOS Ports collaboration

December 05, 2018

We are proud to announce our community collaboration with LuneOS

Necuno Solutions and postmarketOS collaboration

December 03, 2018

We are proud to announce our community collaboration with postmarketOS

Necuno Solutions and KDE collaboration

November 29, 2018

We are proud to announce our community collaboration with KDE and Plasma Mobile


NECUNOS BLOGS


Cyber Security & Cloud Expo - Levels of Mobile Security

July 01, 2019

Overview of our trip to Cyber Security & Cloud Expo in Amsterdam.

Free as in Freedom of Speech - Part 2 Targeted Surveillance

May 16, 2019

In this miniseries we look at possible threats and solutions for journalists regarding mobile security.

Free as in Freedom of Speech - Part 1 Mobile security threats and defenses

February 08, 2019

In this miniseries we look at possible threats and solutions for journalists regarding mobile security.

FOSDEM19 and updated Q&A

February 07, 2019

It was great meeting everyone interested in Necunos and we have written some afterthoughts from the event

Necunos Shop is now open!

January 03, 2019

We are finally ready to take your orders of the Necunos NC_1. We are excited to provide this engineering unit to the communities.

Thoughts, our philosophies and the community.

November 16, 2018

Why has the innovation been stagnating in current mobile devices? The importance of FOSS mobile operating system communities and the interest in them is on the rise. Bringing privacy and security to the users is a goal we want to achieve and can only be achieved through the collaboration of companies and communities.

USB, the easy way in to a computer

November 09, 2018

USB has since its release been the easy way to connect peripherals and to transmit data between computer and another device. In this blog post we will go over some of the attack vectors it opens and what solutions one might take in mitigating them

Open hardware is secure hardware

October 05, 2018

The current landscape of hardware security and the recent claim on Bloomberg about "The Big Hack"

Phone Connectivity and its Backdoors

September 28, 2018

We look at connectivity issues currently in phones, possible solutions, and our decisions for our mobile device.

Securing the freedom of mobile, part 3

September 21, 2018

The third part in the series on mobile security and privacy. The Software.

Securing the freedom of mobile, part 2

September 14, 2018

Part two in the series on mobile security and privacy. The Hardware.

Securing the freedom of mobile, part 1

September 07, 2018

Start of a series on mobile security and privacy

Copyright Ⓒ Necuno Solutions Ltd. 2019

About Us

Necunos provides the most transparent and secure complete mobile solution.

We started with creating a secure communications software but realized that it wont be secure if its running on Android or iOS where data collection and backdoor access is inevitable. We decided to create our own Linux-based up-to-date independent operating system that would respect peoples privacy and provide them with transparent security. Once we got deep into the hardware and operating systems we noticed we couldn't trust the hardware running our operating system. There are too many unknowns and too many closed firmwares running in there. We decided to go and create the most transparent and clean mobile hardware and software stack solution where the user can be absolutely sure that his communications are secured and privacy respected.
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