What is Watchdox? Most of us are familiar with Dropbox. For those who aren’t, Dropbox allows users to store files in the cloud, making them accessible across different devices. Dropbox is perfect for individuals, but large organizations are looking for an added layer of security. This is where Watchdox comes in. With Watchdox, enterprises can track and control who is sharing, or viewing, or even printing a file. A file’s creator can set a time limit on the file’s access, and can wipe the file from other devices, even after it’s left the network. If a hacker tries to steal the file, he’ll only see a bunch of encrypted characters. For this reason, Watchdox is very popular with governments, and also with Hollywood studios, who don’t want to see their scripts leaked.
A new BlackBerry 10.3.2 build has been leaked for a range of devices powered with OS 10.
The leaked OS 10.3.2.500 has been released to a limited number of testers recently. Since BlackBerry Z30 shares similar upgrade files with Passport and Leap, the leaked version can be used to update those devices too, reports BBE which has posted the leaked files.
The leaked OS is in the form of .bar, Core OS and Radio files and currently there is no autoloader. But you can always create autoloaders if you know how to do it.
According to the folks at CrackBerry forum, the leaked OS is ‘buttery smooth’ and has the older swipe animation feature. Besides, its battery life is quite fine. However, the Android player seems to be slower and lags for most of the apks, and Fitbit call notifications are not working.
Other notable changes include fast boot timing and swipe up from lock screen back to original. There are a few hiccups too, such as the voice command not working properly and showing the wrong addresses when searching for locations in BlackBerry maps, confirms forum member, ezapper2.
Head over to the forum to know more about the fixes and changes in Blackberry OS 10.3.2.500. Given below are the download links for the leaked OS.
OS 10.3.2.500 .bar files for BlackBerry Passport
OS 10.3.2.500 Radio and Core OS for Z30
OS 10.3.2.500 apps, Core OS and radio for Z30
Do not use the beta firmware as a daily driver, as all the features might not function properly. Install the leaked firmware only if you are an advanced user and have a fair knowledge about the leaked OS.
It’s no surprise that BlackBerry is the most secured platform when it comes to the Internet and their latest acquisition of Israel’s WatchDox takes them to the next level by adding another service to their bag of online file storage. WatchDox provides users to leverage online storage space just like Box, Dropbox, iCloud, Microsoft’s OneDrive but with a security layer on top, which makes it more appealing than competitors. BlackBerry is said to acquire the 2008 born company for about $150 million last week(official news to hit later today).