Hackers paid $10k to hack BlackBerry with no success

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CanSecWest. a conference focused on infosecurity, is offering $10,000 for each and every successful attack they can execute on any of the five major smartphone operating systems: BlackBerry, Android, iPhone, Nokia/Symbian and Windows Mobile.

The companies behind these products are helping pay the hackers (developers?) with the hopes of learning more about how to improve their device security. Some hackers are finding it very difficulty to hack the devices. “I can’t break them…I don’t have anything for the iPhone, and I don’t know enough about Google,” says Charlie Miller, a guy who recently hacked a MacBook in less than 10 seconds.

So it seems your personal data is much safer than you may have thought.

[Al Sacco CIO Via]

  • Javier Gonzalez

    I can Hack a Blackberry with Super Bluetooth Hack V 1.06, only limited functions, for example I can Turn Off the signal of the radio, too I can See the Imei and other stuff.

  • Javier Gonzalez

    I can Hack a Blackberry with Super Bluetooth Hack V 1.06, only limited functions, for example I can Turn Off the signal of the radio, too I can See the Imei and other stuff.

  • http://ashleyarmitt.blogspot.com/ Ashley Armitt

    Is that even classed as a Hack ? please elaborate ont the “limited functions”.

  • http://ashleyarmitt.blogspot.com Ashley Armitt

    Is that even classed as a Hack ? please elaborate ont the “limited functions”.