ScreenWings for Android™

Discussion in 'mobile device security' started by hsdev, Sep 6, 2019.

  1. hsdev

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    Finally available for Android!

    ScreenWings is a free anti-screenshoting software that prevents (malicious) software from capturing your screen. If you want to test the security of ScreenWings, try the screenshot shortcut or any capturing software!


    https://schiffer.tech/img/screens/app/1.png

    Requires Android 6 or newer.
    You can download it here: https://schiffer.tech/screenwings-mobile.html
    Playstore URL: <already submitted>

    We hope for feedback on possible errors so that we can further improve the product.
     
  2. hsdev

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    1.1
    +Tile for Android 7 and newer
    #Minor UI improvements
     
  4. LoneWolf

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    Kaspesky, Avira and Eset all detect Malware with ScreenWings.
    There may be others only tested with those 3.
    May be FP's, just saying.

    Screenshot_20190916-191645_Gallery.png Screenshot_20190916-191510_Antivirus Security.png Screenshot_20190916-190955_ESET Mobile Security.png
     
  5. hsdev

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    In fact, that is a bothersome problem. Uploading to Virustotal increases false positives gradually.
    After a short time our users usually report false positives.
    We cannot report most false positives since it is very time-consuming.
    For example: Rescanning the file a few times within an hour caused six more false positives.

    If you still have concerns, please verify the code certificate.
    In addition, it can be seen on Android that ScreenWings neither has Internet permissions nor can access local files.
     
  6. LoneWolf

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    Any plans to add a log?
    Would be nice to see a detailed report on what and when was blocked.
     
  7. LoneWolf

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    Nevermind, the lack of interest in supporting a product after promoting it is reason enough for me to lose interest, good luck with your business.
     
  8. hsdev

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    We do not plan to add a log event since we assume it would require root privilegs.

    We are sorry to hear that you are losing interest in our software. For faster responses consider writing an e-mail or even better use a given messenger.
    Keep in mind we release many projects at no costs nor we have any sponsor or receive donations.
     
  9. hsdev

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    1.2
    #Tile click bug fix
     
  10. lucd

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    so I am receiving : "screen wings is being manipulated, by third party" however it appears to work
    this is on PC
     
  11. hsdev

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    @lucd ScreenWings actually tries to "heal itself" after detecting possible manipulations. Please try the latest version, otherwise do you receive any error? (Error.txt in the same folder?)

    In v2.10 We are now enforcing a restart to ensure the program is back to normal.
     
  12. lucd

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    might be AV trying to manipulate it, or a hacker,
    In the second case there is nothing I can do, but just take it,
    I don't see an error.txt on my drive
    what kind of manipulation? like deactivating it or some taskill commands?
    there is still a chance there is some incompatibility, I suspect AV work since screenwings is detected by major AV vendors as malicious program so it perhaps tries to inject code, as fp of course (I trust you)
     
  13. hsdev

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    @lucd There are many reasons why this message would be triggered. Please securely contact us via e-mail and give us details about your operation system, installed applications and Windows privacy enhancing tools used.

    We usually fix the false positives of the major companies, e.g. Microsoft, Kaspersky, Avira, ...
     
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