BlackBerry phones are no longer safe

Just a few years ago, when we needed secure communications that even eavesdrop on country interviews, we used to call BlackBerry phones. For some time now, however, it has been said that the security provided by the equipment of a Canadian company is only illusory and we have just received this confirmation.

The Dutch court has confirmed in a published report that its employees were able to view encrypted data stored on BlackBerry devices equipped with PGP encryption technology. Although it did not disclose how this was done, but its share in this had a tool called CelleBrite. The media speculate that investigators could guess the password by dump, otherwise it would require physical removal from the motherboard of the encryption chip.

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