RIM has announced a new service that extends Microsoft Exchange to BlackBerry and allows customers to manage their BlackBerry deployments in the cloud. The service is available at no additional charge to current medium-sized or enterprise subscribers of the Office 365 suite or standalone Exchange Online and functions with BlackBerry deployments on business or consumer data plans.
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RPost is a new BlackBerry app/service that has extended its Registered Email services to bring secure email messaging to BlackBerry email regardless of where it’s accessed. The app seeks to reproduce the tightly integrated email app on BlackBerry and permits users to scroll up one position on the menu to “Send Registered” email messages. Presumably, this app is geared towards the BIS users to provide them with encrypted email.
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Pyxis Mobile and RIM put a presentation together for developers looking to make secure enterprise applications. If you’re a developer or in a company that’s planning a mobile strategy, you should check out this presentation. More after the jump.
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ElcomSoft has announced that the latest update to its Password Breaker software can access the BlackBerry Wallet and Password Keeper applications’ master password, providing investigators or government officials full access to stored login credentials and passwords in plain-text. Click through to read more.
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Right on the heels of SmrtGuard announcing it has released its panic button feature as a standalone app, Guardly is now available in App World. Keep reading to learn more about this app.
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RIM recently released a statement saying the company will company with The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act in light of the London riots. Compliance with the act could mean RIM would be intercepting and handing over relevant communications. Police have said that BBM was used to coordinate much of the looting and riots and these messages could lead to arrests.
For those unaware of the riots, it seems to have been caused by the death of Mark Duggan, an alleged drug dealer who was shot by a special gang and drug division of Scotland Yard. Duggan also apparently used BBM to send a final message to his girlfriend. He wrote, “The Feds are following me.” Handing over Duggan’s BBM messages to police could also reveal a lot about the individual whose death apparently inspired the riots.
The hacker group TeaMp0isoN targeted RIM’s official blog and left the following message on the site:
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