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What can I do about enforced security

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  1. Flatliner

    Flatliner New Member

    My IT department enforces draconian security measures since I connect via an exchange server. Is there any way to get around it OR to at least change the keyboard that pops up to unlock the phone to a simple phone keyboard rather than a full keyboard (without affecting the keyboard on other applications)?

  2. htcevolee

    htcevolee Well-Known Member

    Android Quick App: Lockpicker | Android Central

    Setup a SWIPE password first then install Lock Picker from the market then you wont have to type the password anymore. I can guarantee IT Security wont like this so be careful. What it does it bypasses the unlock password everytime you wake up the phone which is why you should have a SWIPE password atleast.
  3. SolApathy

    SolApathy Just another robot Guide

    ^^^ Lockpicker -download it.
  4. KaiserSoze

    KaiserSoze New Member

    hello folks,

    just got my evo about a week ago and this is my first post. i recently hooked up my phone to my work's exchange thru activesync but now i get that annoying security policy that forces me to enter a pin to unlock the screen. does anyone know of a way to remove the need to enter the pin?

    i came from a winmo phone where there was a reg hack to disable this security policy.

    any thoughts on how to hack this policy? thanks.
  5. marctronixx

    marctronixx Moderator Moderator

    lockpicker from the market place... it will prevent the time out pin screen from popping up. i have been using it since june 5th and i have exchange on my evo..

    welcome! i still love win mo (since 2002) and still have my tp2 running on another line.... hard to let go.. :D
    KaiserSoze likes this.
  6. ramiss

    ramiss Well-Known Member

    It all depends on how the ActiveSync Client handles the Server's request for the pin. You could try one of the other 3rd party apps such as Touchdown or Moxier. They all have free trial periods.
  7. Neitherfanboy

    Neitherfanboy Well-Known Member

    I would be careful with this one. As an IT guy for a firm that requires this to protect client data which exists on employee phones, if someone were caught doing this there would be repercussions: if they were important to the firm, they would just be blocked from getting access to the Exchange server. Less important? They would be terminated.
    clwoodwork likes this.

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