Category: Security

Announcing The Total Control Cyber Week Sale, Pricing Is Out Of Control!

December 1, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

Total Control App has an amazing one time cyber week sale on their popular cctv video surveillance software for mobile phones, and when you see the prices, you’ll see what we mean by out of control. Seeing is believing, and contrary to belief, the following prices are not a typo error. Check it out…

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BlackBerry Proof-Of-Concept: Facts and Fiction

October 20, 2010 | By | 6 Comments

I know we’ve covered this somewhat, and with a new whitepaper out by the Juniper Networks/SMobile Systems from their Global Threat Center, I decided to bring the paper to you, outlining what’s important and what you need to know. Why does it apply to you? It’s just always good to know what to be wary […]

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SmrtGuard Wants To Light Up Your Life With A Contest: Share Your SmrtGuard Story

October 13, 2010 | By | 2 Comments

SmrtGuard is one of my favorite security apps for my BlackBerry. Robert from SmrtGuard let us know about a contest they are running called “Share Your SmrtGuard Story” for a chance to win a FREE BlackBerry Torch! All you have to do is share your story and there’s two ways to do it, or double […]

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Just When You Thought BlackBerry On BES Was Secure, ElcomSoft Wants You To Think Again

October 3, 2010 | By | 10 Comments

The Russian software developer ElcomSoft with it’s Russian competition, AccentSoft, has created a password-cracking programs targeted at BlackBerry with a Phone Password Breaker that previously was useful on only iPhone devices. The software has a double standard because it can help you retrieve your backup should your BlackBerry get stolen, but in the wrong hands […]

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Introducing Personal Guardian by Smrtphone Solutions, Inc.

September 29, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

If you’ve ever read any of my reviews on SmrtGuard, then you’re familiar with the feature of SmrtGuard called the Personal Guardian. I love this feature. Beginning today, it’s available separately in the BlackBerry App World for $19.99. What is the Personal Guardian?

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Update: Be On Guard And Update Your SmrtGuard To v2.75

September 23, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

SmrtGuard has updated to v2.75 so if you use SmrtGuard, we strongly encourage you to update your app. SmrtGuard is a great security app that has Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam, Backup, Restore, Your Data, FollowMe, Where I’ve Been, Personal Guardian, and SIM Guardian all in one app! What’s new?

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Update: SmrtGuard Updates To v2.67

September 1, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

SmrtGuard has updated their security software app for BlackBerry to v2.67. This is a minor update with quite a few fixes and enhancements. If you have SmrtGuard, update it now. If you haven’t tried it, trying it with the new updated version would be in your best interest. What’s new? Check it out…

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The Beginner’s Guide To The BlackBerry Options, Part Two

August 16, 2010 | By | 2 Comments

I started going through the Options with you, and now we’ll complete the tour of the BlackBerry Options on your BlackBerry, and you’ll have a better understanding of how to use it and what you can do with it. So follow along as we take up where we left off in Part One.

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The List Of Countries Who Are Pondering The Ban On BlackBerry

August 15, 2010 | By | 4 Comments

The story has been ongoing and is a concern. What countries are pulling a ban on our BlackBerry service and what they want. RIM has also stated 4 reasons for lawful access, so I’m including this as well. Whatever RIM does decide to do could change the future of dealings with foreign companies.

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To BB Or Not To Be: The Ongoing Dilemma In The Middle East For RIM

August 8, 2010 | By | 5 Comments

With the ongoing ban that was a few hours long in Saudi, and the United Arab Emirates threatened ban scheduled for October, RIM has it’s hurdles to overcome. Especially with Indonesia and India expressing their concerns as well. The outcome could set the criterion of how governments and technology companies work together. Here’s the scoop…

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Juniper Networks In Agreement To Acquire SMobile Systems Inc.

July 28, 2010 | By | 2 Comments

Yesterday Juniper Networks announced it has entered into definitive agreement to acquire SMobile Systerms, Inc. The integration is going to mean more comprehensive mobile device security for both corporate users and consumers alike. Infonetics Research, an industry analyst firm, projects the mobile client security market to grow by more than $1 billion by 2014. Here’s […]

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