and here we are
Android is not only the winning mobile OS in terms of vulnerability, but in order to make things clear it is also not provided with a decent vpnipsec solution.
nNw would be useful to add, at least, a vpn support for cisco anyconnect and the major vpn vendors in the market, but till now it seems Google is not interested in making its OS a real enterprise OS.
Would you put your info on a smart device that not support ssl or ipsec vpn for business transactions? this sound like careless computing. remember the firesheep affair just I case….
just to move this thing out I would strongly suggest you put your comment and star (at the bottom of the page) on this thread on Google support.
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