What does Samsung’s Knox add to the security of Android devices?
Samsung adds their “Knox” security technology to many (most?) of their devices and use it as a selling point. What does it do that isn’t already done by the Android OS? I assumed that this was a marketing gambit, but apparently Samsung Knox has received US Dept. of Defense certification, so it looks like I was wrong about it. What exactly is Knox and what does it actually do to improve the security of Android phones and tablets?
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