1. Miles 14's Avatar
    Hi evreybody,

    Recently, I have found my BBM pin was posted without my permission on a bbm pin swapper website. I never publicly give out my pin, and all my contacts are trustworthy. Could perhaps some sort of malicous program of infected my Playbook from the web and found my pin on it? Bare in mind I had no Blackberry Bridge or Bluetooth connectivity on either my phone or my playbook at that time.

    Also, does any explanation as to how this could of happend?

    Thanks
    06-29-12 05:55 PM
  2. Devhux's Avatar
    Doubt it, since the PlayBook has its own PIN (not the same as your smartphone).
    06-29-12 06:03 PM
  3. Miles 14's Avatar
    Thank you,

    Is it not a BBM pin then?
    06-29-12 06:17 PM
  4. der_mit's Avatar
    I think the website may have been making up randum PIN numbers to appear more popular than they really are, the playbook pin is not used for bbm, it can be used for videochat though.
    06-29-12 07:10 PM
  5. Miles 14's Avatar
    I think the website may have been making up randum PIN numbers to appear more popular than they really are, the playbook pin is not used for bbm, it can be used for videochat though.
    Alright, thanks a lot for that. I did realise the thread was created in June 2011 and had over 33,000 pages of posts since. Thanks again
    06-30-12 09:55 AM
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