1. The Big Picture's Avatar
    Use a unique strong password on each of your accounts (email, BlackBerry ID, etc) and turn on 2 factor authentication

    Use BlackBerry's password keeper to keep track of your passwords with one master (locally) stored password.

    Turn on device and sd card encryption under settings.

    Posted via CB10
    02-08-15 02:38 PM
  2. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    Ah... yes, the wonders of the internet becoming universally accessible by anyone with $25/month in their pocket.

    The only way to ensure you are safe,.. is to take your device to the nearest church,.. the priest will know what to do with it.

    Or... alternatively, you can flush the device down the toilet,.. and...

    ... never open an internet browser again.
    02-08-15 03:13 PM
  3. RaiderNation1337's Avatar
    If your device is password protected, the only thing they can do is "wipe" your device with 10 unsuccessful unlock attempts.

    Posted via CB10
    I mean assuming the worst; no password on the phone- what could someone do? I don't think anyone could install anything malicious on it.

    Posted via CB10
    02-09-15 03:55 AM
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