Security notice issued from BlackBerry for OpenSSL FREAK vulnerability

BlackBerry is issued a issued a security notice via the BlackBerry Knowledge Base for the OpenSSL vulnerability known as “FREAK”. On Tuesday, March 3, 2015, researchers announced a new SSL/TLS vulnerability called the FREAK attack. It allows an attacker to intercept HTTPS connections between vulnerable clients and servers and force them to use weakened encryption, […]

Vulnerability found in BlackBerry World; Users asked to update

BlackBerry is known for their security, so it is not often we see a vulnerability being found in their software. Today, BlackBerry World users are being asked to updated their application from inside the BlackBerry World application. This update will have a patch that fixes an exploit that may enable a MITM (man-in-the-middle) attack. “This […]

Older Builds of BlackBerry OS contain Adobe Flash vulnerability

If you are looking to keep your BlackBerry 10 device secure you may want to continue reading this article. If you are running a OS before BlackBerry 10.2.0.1443 you will want to update the OS. These earlier OS’s contained a Adobe Flash vulnerability. Here is what BlackBerry had to say: This advisory addresses Adobe® Flash® […]

Heartbleed vulnerability for BlackBerry has been resolved

BlackBerry as well as numerous other websites, applications and more have been affected by Heartbleed vulnerabilities. With that said most of the companies that run these websites & applications have already resolved or are in the process of resolving the issues. BlackBerry has just finished up their Heartbleed vulnerability fixes! It is important to note […]

BlackBerry buffer overflow vulnerability found in BB OS 10.1 patched

Way back in June of last year the BlackBerry Security Incident Response Team or BBSIRT for short was notified by the modzero team that there was a buffer overflow vulnerability that they found in earlier version of BlackBerry OS 10. This issue has been resolved now. BlackBerry Knowledge Base: A stack-based buffer overflow vulnerability exists […]

TIFF Images may cause Vulnerabilities in BlackBerry Enterprise Server

Vulnerabilities exist in components of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server that process TIFF images for rendering on the BlackBerry smartphone. The systems that allow BlackBerry images to display may become vulnerable to a remote access attack to the BES Server. Currently no attacks targeting the BlackBerry Enterprise Server but, BlackBerry has identified the problem and is encouraging […]