1. Gervuoge's Avatar
    Will be 'Priv' a secure device? Securiest from Androids or securiest on the planet?

    Personally, I don't think that their device will be as secure as BB10 or old BBOS 7. Android is a crap for playing games and installing stupid apps not for work and privacy.

    Personally, I don't like it. I won't buy it, I won't use it.
    With 'Priv' BlackBerry became 'Volvo' because thr security is becoming more the image of the brand but not a reality.

    When BB10 development will be 'death' - welcome iPhone!

    Just personal thoughts - so, what's about the security? Is it possible to make an Android the securiest device in the world? Or it will be securiest from Droids? Apple will laugh, I think. Again...

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    10-09-15 04:06 AM
  2. Javid Gozalov's Avatar
    See the newest QA with Chen on the Priv.

    He doesn't say it will be most secure (who can be certain) but is placing it in pair with the Knox and BlackPhone.

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    10-09-15 04:33 AM
  3. thurask's Avatar
    The most secure device is that without a user.

    So I guess BlackBerry has that covered. *badum-tish*

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    10-09-15 04:36 AM
  4. sayf777's Avatar
    Think we should have a separate sticky thread for all your people who say I'll go to iPhone or "why I won't be getting a Priv."

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    10-09-15 05:13 AM
  5. sayf777's Avatar
    The most secure device is that without a user.

    So I guess BlackBerry has that covered. *badum-tish*

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    True that, you are never truly free from monitoring once you online.

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    10-09-15 05:14 AM
  6. baarn's Avatar
    True that, you are never truly free from monitoring.
    Fixed that for you.
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    10-09-15 05:22 AM
  7. moegh's Avatar
    Everything can be hacked

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    10-09-15 05:37 AM
  8. Gervuoge's Avatar
    I agree that everything can be hacked. But there are decure devices, less secure devices and not secure devices. In nowadays world this looks similar as: BlackBerry, iPhone, Android crap.

    After this 'BlackDroid' crap the most secure device in the world will become iPhone.

    Obama uses BlackBerry, Merkel uses BlackBerry, British MI uses, Governments, bigest bankings, advocacy chambers USE BlackBerry.
    WHY? Because of their unique OS which means SECURITY.
    When this crap will be released no doubt, that they will choose iOS.

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    10-09-15 06:15 AM
  9. Joao Oliveira's Avatar
    There is no 100% secure device not even bb10 or BBOS. Probably the most secure OS at the moment is webOS that nobody uses and nobody cares about hacking
    10-09-15 06:13 PM
  10. Gervuoge's Avatar
    Please, be realists. If you care about the security, please, imagine, if you are Obama, Merkel, Swiss banker or you are working in CIA - would you choose Android crap and call it 'security'?

    Nobody at crackberry is banker or CIA agent, I think. But our community feel proud knowing that BlackBerry is BlackBerry and its strength is security and no one does it better.

    Chen, please, if you are releasing 'Priv' with Android, take care about people who really loves BlackBerry and give an advantage to run it BB10!!!
    Please, don't become a Samsung!

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    10-09-15 06:47 PM
  11. marzfreerider's Avatar
    As another person has said everything and anything can be hacked. As long as people write the code their will always be a way around it. As for people always saying they will get an iPhone, what makes you think they are so secure or protect your information? Good luck with whatever choice you make.

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    10-09-15 08:06 PM
  12. donnation's Avatar
    I hope it isn't so that the security discussions can finally come to an end in here.
    10-09-15 08:15 PM
  13. yhamaie's Avatar
    10-09-15 08:29 PM
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    10-09-15 08:30 PM
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    10-09-15 08:33 PM
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    10-09-15 08:52 PM
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    10-09-15 08:53 PM
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    10-09-15 08:57 PM
  19. BCITMike's Avatar
    I use to think "secure" was a binary answer: it was either secure or it wasn't. Now, it's a relative on an unknown scale.

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    10-10-15 05:29 PM
  20. parryberry's Avatar
    We'll find out shortly. Soon as its released im sure someone will try hack into it.
    10-10-15 07:44 PM

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