@benoit Not really a rumor, Tensor reuses many parts from Exynos indeed: https://www.anandtech.com/show/17032/tensor-soc-performance-efficiency
But it remains kinda unique in several ways still
@benoit Ideally the app would implement SAF to do just that, so you give it fine-grained permissions over the files you want to share (will be even better with the upcoming photo picker from A13). Or you can share it from your gallery directly, which is what I do for Discord so I don't give it media permission. Or (lots of possibilities heh) Storage Scopes + additional permissions through SAF.
@benoit Je pense que le support va pas tarder, mais avec Android 13 qui sort le mois prochain, la priorité va être compliquée à déterminer... En tout cas je peux dire que flawedworld (un membre du projet) l'a reçu et avait promis de le supporter en un temps record (vu que le gros est déjà fait avec le 6).
Another OCI runtime "written in Rust".
Malgré que je sois retombé malade alors que j'ai eu la crève il y a à peine un mois (bien mes anticorps en mousse), j'ai pu faire cet article : https://wonderfall.space/storage-scopes/
En espérant que ce soit assez clair, sinon je peux toujours le modifier. Peace
Here's an example: Tachiyomi is a popular manga reader app with offline features that need the invasive WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission. It doesn't need that obviously, and should use scoped storage features + SAF. This isn't a problem with Storage Scopes. :)
Enter Storage Scopes! When you enable the feature for a given app, it will think it has the necessary access to files/media, but it only has access to its own, well, storage scope. Furthermore, you can manually add directories/files access with the system picker, much like SAF.
User profiles were already a powerful to compartmentalize apps further. The same app sandbox rules apply, but you didn't have to fear granting such invasive permissions on a profile w/o your data on it and w/ different encryption keys.
Powerful, but sometimes cumbersome.
That's huge for iOS security! And Safari might suck less:
@Seirdy This was a nice read. Two years ago I wrote a similar blog post and I was opposing these two concepts too, albeit with less technical names: "block the crap" versus "blend in with the crowd". I also used the same DNT example since I've found this was a particularly telling example.
I mostly agree with everything, especially in the context of web browsers. Definitely going to recommend that piece.
J'ai publié un nouvel édito, pour parler un peu de tout ou rien : https://wonderfall.space/petit-edito/
I'm interested in many things! Here, I mainly write about infosec, photography, and pharmacology.
Just another single-user instance.