BlackBerry publishes March Security Update for its Androids

08 March 2017
Many vulnerabilities patched up, 30 days after discovery.

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  • Eske Rahn

And for those of us on unlocked AT&T Privs, it came a few days late this time, but now it is here. :)

  • Anonymous

AnonD-651035, 08 Mar 2017Pretty sure your question is rhetorical, LOL! But yes, all data... moreYes, BlackBerry, like Apple in the past (nevermind the high media San Bernardino thing, they have complied in the past and since), has been known to give up encryption keys with a warrant.

El Chappo was caught this way.

  • AnonD-651035

AnonD-651035, 08 Mar 2017Pretty sure your question is rhetorical, LOL! But yes, all data... moreShould also mention that it's designed for local security, ie workplace. I believe it's probably good for that.

  • AnonD-651035

murtaza121, 08 Mar 2017Can the CIA still read our messages after this security patch? :PPretty sure your question is rhetorical, LOL!
But yes, all data is accessible by carriers and the government gets our data from them, not directly from our phones. BlackBerry security of is more of a placebo than actual practicality. Sad but true :(

Ah, security. It makes people feel safe and big companies too.

  • Nokia

murtaza121, 08 Mar 2017Can the CIA still read our messages after this security patch? :PNo cia was spying us from 2013-2016. Hehe they must make new malware now for 2017 :)

  • AnonD-250705

mik, 08 Mar 2017What about for my blackberry passport? Runs on blackberries proprietary software not necessary trust me the only way your information is being leaked is on court with a sappena

  • mik

What about for my blackberry passport?

Can the CIA still read our messages after this security patch? :P