A security and privacy focused mobile operating system compatible with Android apps
Latest Stable: 2020.02.12
  • Protection from zero-days
    Prevents many vulnerabilities and makes exploits harder
  • Hardened C standard library and compiler toolchain
    Catches memory corruption and integer overflows
  • Hardened kernel
    Kernel self-protection and high quality ASLR
  • Stronger sandboxing and isolation for apps & services
    Stricter SELinux policies, seccomp-bpf and more
  • Backported security features and quicker patching
    Benefiting from upstream changes long before stock
  • Firewall & network hardening
    Along with improvements like MAC randomization
  • Open-source and free of proprietary services
    Uses alternatives to Google apps/services like F-Droid
  • Security-centric user experience changes
    Better defaults, finer-grained permission control
See the technical overview for an in-depth look.

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