Blog tagged as Technology


29.11.22 06:34 PM By Craig - Comment(s)
Our Infiniti Digital Download is supported by over 100 Samsung devices as listed below. If your device is not shown, then feel free to drop us a message. You may be surprised!

New live chat - For better (& worse) customer service

20.11.22 10:59 PM By Craig - Comment(s)

Choosing a security-hardened, privacy-enhanced smartphone is a difficult choice & the savvy buyer will have many questions. Where possible I have crafted the Omerta website to provide a rich source of information, but try as I may, I can't predict every question!

So to improve customers when...

Newsflash: Security Hardened Travel Modem/Router - Security with any data plan

25.09.22 11:03 AM By Craig - Comment(s)
We are delighted to announce a new range of encrypted modems based on the encryption reactor found inside the DB Series.

If you have found yourself in constant need of high security, high performance data then previously the options were limited to a encrypted SIM. Now you can get the same benefi...


01.09.22 01:13 AM By Craig - Comment(s)

The DB Series feature a unique System on a Chip (SoC) - the DB Encryption Reactor. The super encryption SoC resides in the already secured Knox Vault & allows for ultra fast encryption. It also reside on the exit route for data heading into the wild - this means everything leaving the handset ge...

Site update underway

04.03.22 01:37 PM By Craig - Comment(s)

We have a new range of products about to go live & as such the site is currently set to browsing only. We are still open for business and can be contacted at [email protected] 

Incorporating cutting edge security & delivering hardware which is in use already by heads of state, ce...

Panic Button - Remote Control Wipe via Bluetooth Emergency Button

24.02.22 11:58 AM By Craig - Comment(s)

Remote Control Wipe via Bluetooth Emergency Button

One of the issues when an emergency wipe is required most notably the panic with trying to remember where your phone is whilst under duress. Wouldn't it be great peace of mind to know you could be within close proximity of your handset & wipe it ...

New Flagship Phone & Data Only SIM Launched

07.02.22 12:30 AM By Craig - Comment(s)

We've had an incredibly busy few months at Omerta & today we are proud to announce the launch of two new product - The Titan Ultra, our new flagship smartphone built around the Pixel 4 & a new service - An Encrypted Data Only Sim card. The latter benefits clients who need the privacy af...

Standard Features Across the DB Series

23.10.21 04:10 PM By Craig - Comment(s)
A new concept in security phones within the civilian sector, the DB series are entirely custom built handsets utilising hardware from Samsung's Military Division. The Omerta range sport a full and complete range of security features designed to protect your data, your communications &...

How can a DBS Phone behave like an Encrypted SIM when on a normal network?

16.08.21 10:24 AM By Craig - Comment(s)
Great question, isn't it! This is the question we've been asked repeatedly since introducing the new handset. Given the unique and clever tactics employed by a Encrypted SIM also requires a privately owned network, how can the handset offer the same privacy benefits using a normal sim card?

I'd l...

Introducing a new line of phones - The Divine Line

03.08.21 11:07 AM By Craig - Comment(s)

At Omerta we believe our phones should be accessible to everyone & that just because a phone is privacy orientated it need not be devoid of character or flair. As such we have rebranded the fun coloured phones from the Titan range to highlight their availability.

The Divine Line of phones use exa...


10.10.19 01:08 PM By Craig - Comment(s)

Omerta Infiniti is our new range of devices based on the Samsung Galaxy range of mobile devices & offers clients an alternative to the Googles Pixel range. Utilising a suite of cutting-edge technologies to deliver both privacy & security, the Infiniti range offers significantly enhanced priv...

No, Cellebrite cannot hack Signal on your Omerta!

28.04.19 01:18 AM By Craig - Comment(s)

This week Israeli company Cellebrite made the audacious claim that they could decrypt Signal Private Messenger. 

Cellebrite said that it had developed the Physical Analyzer to access data on Signal, which it said would help its users "uncover digital evidence and create court-ready exhibits...