In an article published in Ouest France (french newspaper), on December 9th 2014, Jérôme Notin (CEO DAVFI) announced the release of the free and public version of Uhuru antimalware for smartphone (UhuruMobile).
Excited, I rushed to the website to download it and install it on my smartphone. At that time, I was dreaming of communicating securely.
Once arrived on their very nice website, I clicked on “Downloads”. Unfortunately, I was seized with fright. How? Uhuru mobile not available? Worse, the company distributing Uhuru seems to be proud to announce the flash sale of the platform… Oh but wait, wasn’t Uhuru developed under a GPL license? But let’s get back to the Ouest France article….
By Alexandre Denjean
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