Are BlackBerry’s encrypted PIN-to-PIN messages secure, we asked an expert
1:05 – BlackBerry has been coming under fire recently for private messages for it’s phones that were intercepted by the RCMP in an investigation called Project CLEMENZA. Eric, in your latest column you took a rather harsh stance against BlackBerry and even went so far to entitle your article “Shame on BlackBerry.” Why this stance?
1:59 – PIN to PIN messages are encrypted using a shared global key. Tell us how does this work and why it is a security concern?
3:01 – So definitely this is a concern for consumers, but what about enterprise customers whose phones are on their BlackBerry Enterprise Servers? Can their messages be intercepted?
4:25 – Protecting customers privacy is core to BlackBerry according to John Chen, with this latest news we see that this is not so, in your opinion, what can BlackBerry do to protect its customers privacy?
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