RIM Blackberry devices and servers are hidden behind a curtain of FUD and secrecy. The purpose of this talk is to lift the curtain a little and show what can and could be done. Many security interested people look with suspicion at RIM's Blackberry solution, but all the world's top management loves it. RIM's intention is to keep as much secret about their devices and server products as possible and claim its secure. The Blackberry topic provides many interesting playgrounds, but the little information available makes it a hard and time consuming game. The talk will give an introduction in attack vectors, things already tried that worked or failed as well as things to try at home.
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