BlackBerry not as secure as believed
From Public Safety Canada,
"The documents, released to Postmedia News under the Access To Information Act, say PIN-to-PIN messaging isnt suitable for exchanging sensitive messages because protected or classified information could be inadvertently leaked, or a mobile user could inadvertently download malware or viruses that would compromise their phone."
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Although PIN-to-PIN messages are encrypted, the key used is a global cryptographic ï¿½key that is common to every BlackBerry device all over the world, the memo reads. Any BlackBerry device can potentially decrypt all PIN-to-PIN messages sent by any other BlackBerry device
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"BlackBerry not as secure as believed"
Nothing's as secure as believed. Including, but not limited to, electronic devices, and despite sincere best efforts by programmers.