If it weren’t enough finding themselves (rather unfairly in my point of view) in the firing line regarding how the BlackBerry Messaging service (BBM) was being used by British rioters, with calls for the service to be suspended, RIM now finds itself with a different kind of BlackBerry image problem.
RIM, the firm behind the popular BlackBerry smartphone, has issued a warning that a number of vulnerabilities have been found in its enterprise software (known as BlackBerry Enterprise Server, or BES).
According to RIM, if the vulnerabilities were exploited by remote hackers they could run malicious code on the BlackBerry Enterprise Server run by many firms.
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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