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Research in Motion just plugged a hole in its BlackBerry that could allow hackers to use PDFs to break into BlackBerry servers. The company suggests that customers patch by moving to BlackBerry Enterprise Server version 4.1, service pack 6 for Exchange.

I have a BlackBerry and love the e-mail. I hate, though, the way it deals with attachments -- or doesn't deal with attachments. Talk about a kludge. No wonder so many are switching to the iPhone.

Posted by Doug Barney on July 22, 2008


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