1. JoeMuc2012's Avatar
    Hi all,

    just out of curiosity I downloaded Stagefright Detector v5.0 and ran it on my Passport:

    Stagefright vulnerability-img_20151019_103715.png

    now what? Can we expect this vulnerability to be address in some future BB10 release? What needs to be done to decrease the stack surface as far as possible?

    Thanks!
    Joe

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    10-19-15 03:43 AM
  2. paulwallace1234's Avatar
    You must be running an old version of the OS

    Posted via CB10 v....not telling
    10-19-15 03:45 AM
  3. JoeMuc2012's Avatar
    Sorry, also for the typos. Stack surface should have read "attack surface". Autocorrection is not always right.
    Anyway, this is my version info:

    SW: 10.3.2.2474
    OS: 10.3.2.2639 (got it through my provider O2 about a month ago)
    Build ID: 857461
    Crypto Kernel version: 5.6.2.44214
    Radio version: 10.3.2.2640
    WebKit version: 10.3.2.43
    Browser version: 10.3.2.36
    NFC FW version: FW Patch 0003.0078
    NFC Stack version: NFA 1.05.04.02

    The OS version is certainly not a latest-and-greatest leak if it came from the provider. I would like to avoid any risk because the leaked versions are unsupported and I had my share of trouble with them already, even though a Q5 was affected back then (http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...ir-q5-1009994/)
    As the Passport is my only and everyday smartphone around, I need it to work at all times. That's why I am avoiding any betas if possible.
    10-19-15 06:21 AM
  4. conite's Avatar
    Hi all,

    just out of curiosity I downloaded Stagefright Detector v5.0 and ran it on my Passport:

    now what? Can we expect this vulnerability to be address in some future BB10 release? What needs to be done to decrease the stack surface as far as possible?

    Thanks!
    Joe

    Posted via CB10
    Stagefright can't affect a BB10 device anyway.

    PassportSQW100-4/10.3.2.2789
    10-19-15 06:35 AM
  5. rhoric's Avatar
    As Conite said. Not vulnerable. Plus this has been posted before.

    Posted via CB10
    10-19-15 07:29 AM
  6. JoeMuc2012's Avatar
    Ok, thanks guys. I think I couldn't sleep well with an Android. The bad news don't seem to stop.
    10-22-15 05:40 AM

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