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  1. anischab's Avatar
    I began with the simplest... googled it...
    Interesting...

    DTEK - @Bla1ze : Homework-img_20150929_213918.png

    By inspecting the icon though you see a man in black or an illuminated man with a shadow on the ground... a back door?

    Enough, I burned some neurones this evening! O_o

    Workhorse: BlackBerry|Q10, SQN100-3, OS 10.3.2.2639; Power Workhorse: BlackBerry|Passport, SQW100-1, OS 10.3.2.2639 ; Germany.
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    09-29-15 03:46 PM
  2. -Puck-'s Avatar
    I think it may be a "detect"ion app, that notifies you when apps behave questionably - like the live scanning that a PC antivirus or firewall would do.

    To have something in Android that has realtime monitoring of things like file access and network traffic to alert of suspicious activity would be amazing.

    Imagine something like "The application yadayada has attempted to send data to a remote server, do you wish to allow?" with boxes "YES NO VIEW DATA"

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    09-29-15 03:50 PM
  3. andre3030's Avatar
    I began with the simplest... googled it...
    Interesting...

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    By inspecting the icon though you see a man in black or an illuminated man with a shadow on the ground... a back door?

    Enough, I burned some neurones this evening! O_o

    Workhorse: BlackBerry|Q10, SQN100-3, OS 10.3.2.2639; Power Workhorse: BlackBerry|Passport, SQW100-1, OS 10.3.2.2639 ; Germany.
    I can see that your search came up ONLY more questions.
    Where's your result?

    Do your homework and give us some answers first. Period.

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    09-29-15 03:59 PM
  4. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    Yeah.. it's sounds like a play on the word "Detect", and the shadowy guy implies 'intruder'.

    Chen did mention that the Priv will have a snooping detection/warning feature, so this may it. 'Intruder detection'.

    Posted via CB10
    09-29-15 04:00 PM
  5. Michael_Stewart's Avatar
    I figured it out guys, who the shadowy figure is.

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    09-29-15 04:20 PM
  6. anischab's Avatar
    I figured it out guys, who the shadowy figure is.

    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...goofy_time.jpg
    LOL

    Workhorse: BlackBerry|Q10, SQN100-3, OS 10.3.2.2639; Power Workhorse: BlackBerry|Passport, SQW100-1, OS 10.3.2.2639 ; Germany.
    09-29-15 04:20 PM
  7. Crapshoot2010's Avatar
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    09-29-15 05:26 PM
  8. mad_mdx's Avatar
    LOL
    09-29-15 05:35 PM
  9. BB-JAM215's Avatar
    Here's what the the DTEK icon looks like.
    Attached Thumbnails DTEK - @Bla1ze : Homework-blackberry-priv-dtek.jpg  
    09-29-15 06:22 PM
  10. keithhackneysmullet's Avatar
    I think it is native anti virus. Like AVG but built by BlackBerry

    Posted via CB10
    09-29-15 06:55 PM
  11. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    FREEPHONE
    0800*862*0352
    We cover all the UK

    Home PHONE/TEXT FORENSICS
    PHONE/TEXT FORENSICS


    Phone/Text Forensics

    D-Tec Services offer unparalled covert software enabling you to monitor, in seconds, all activity on a Mobile phone.

    Would you like to find out what your partner or spouse is saying and who they are texting? Our phone monitoring software can give you all of this information NOW!!!

    It takes seconds to load and, once loaded, is completely undetectable and does not appear anywhere on the mobile phone. The software will record every action performed on the mobile from the texts and calls to the websites visited.*

    Our software captures:

    Listen in on your spouse's cell phone conversations
    Listen to conversations near your spouse's phone
    Read your partner's SMS, e-mails and call logs (incoming & outgoing)
    Read Facebook, BBM, Skype, LINE, WhatsApp, WeChat, Viber and iMessage
    See exactly where they are, or were at any given date and time
    Read their address book, calendar, notes
    The websites they visit and their bookmarks
    Download reports for evidence
    Sometimes a cheating spouse will use different phones — we have that situation covered also. D-Tec's software will*notify you*when the SIM card is changed — this is pretty likely if they’re using a separate SIM card to have an affair!* Call our dedicated team now on 0800 862 0352.


    Posted via CB10
    Is this for real? Did BlackBerry hit two 'naming' faux pas homeruns in a span of one week?



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    09-29-15 07:02 PM
  12. tonythecanuck's Avatar
    DTEK is an app for monitoring security and intrusions into the Priv.

    Posted using my BlackBerry Stainless Steel Passport SE (and I also have the BlackBerry Z30).
    09-29-15 07:05 PM
  13. anon(4297019)'s Avatar
    Is this for real? Did BlackBerry hit two 'naming' faux pas homeruns in a span of one week?



    Posted via CB10
    Check the spelling. DTEK vs DTEC.

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    09-29-15 07:08 PM
  14. Empyrean's Avatar
    DTEK stands for "Definitive Tactical Etymological Kvech", a preinstalled and kernel-embedded app that apologizes for naming the device "Priv".

    Posted via CB10
    09-29-15 08:01 PM
  15. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    Check the spelling. DTEK vs DTEC.

    Passport SQW 100-1 OS 10.3.2.2639 Winnipeg,MB
    Yes I'm very much aware of that,... but, when someone says (speaking) 'yeah, the new Priv comes with dee-tech installed'; what do you think people will Google?

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    09-29-15 08:04 PM
  16. CivilDissident's Avatar
    DTEK stands for "Definitive Tactical Etymological Kvech", a preinstalled and kernel-embedded app that apologizes for naming the device "Priv".

    Posted via CB10
    Haha! I love it!

    DTEK to me has always equaled Direct Communication Transmission Encryption Key and/or Data Transport Encryption Key, though...

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
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    09-29-15 08:45 PM
  17. eldricho's Avatar
    Is this for real? Did BlackBerry hit two 'naming' faux pas homeruns in a span of one week?



    Posted via CB10
    Maybe they overlooked it again, BBX style

    Posted via CB10
    09-29-15 09:09 PM
  18. fattyacid's Avatar
    I'd remove it as its a battery killer. - )


    Posted via CB10
    09-29-15 09:16 PM
  19. Xadion's Avatar
    Chen interview talked about how the priv will keep users informed of intrusions etc... dtek, detect whatever is most likely it.

    Posted via CB10
    09-29-15 10:08 PM
  20. Ulferini Schusterotti's Avatar
    Looking at the shape oft the icon it doesn't look androidish or native at all. Maybe it's a cross platform app?


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    09-30-15 02:38 AM
  21. wincyUt's Avatar
    Its a generic name; I guess we shall soon find out what BlackBerry means by that name and icon.
    09-30-15 09:17 AM
  22. John Vieira's Avatar
    I'd remove it as its a battery killer. - )


    Posted via CB10
    It's cute that you think you'll be able to remove it.

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    09-30-15 09:30 AM
  23. John Vieira's Avatar
    Also, this is what the icon reminds me of. And its really symbolic of the relationship between blackberry and its customers.

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    Attached Thumbnails DTEK - @Bla1ze : Homework-8386.jpg  
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    09-30-15 10:02 AM
  24. DroidBerryGuy's Avatar
    If you are able to root the phone, you will be able to remove it. Knowing that 99% of Android phones are rootable, I would say you can remove it. Not sure if that would be wise, however.
    09-30-15 10:09 AM
  25. LordCrankypants's Avatar
    If you are able to root the phone, you will be able to remove it. Knowing that 99% of Android phones are rootable, I would say you can remove it. Not sure if that would be wise, however.
    I wonder if BlackBerry will be the one manufacturer who found a way to ensure that Android can't be rooted on their devices.

    JB

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    09-30-15 10:13 AM
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