1. steinergstaad's Avatar
    Reading a lot lately about the 0-day exploits out there not only targeting iPhones but also Android devices it would be interesting to know how a Android BlackBerry would hold up. Would DTEK be able to protect the device? I know that not the vast majority of mobile devices were targeted but only a minor part of the chinese population, but still...
    Any body knows anything yout this?
    09-03-19 06:22 AM
  2. conite's Avatar
    Reading a lot lately about the 0-day exploits out there not only targeting iPhones but also Android devices it would be interesting to know how a Android BlackBerry would hold up. Would DTEK be able to protect the device? I know that not the vast majority of mobile devices were targeted but only a minor part of the chinese population, but still...
    Any body knows anything yout this?
    Depends on the exact exploit.

    DTEK only looks for changes to system files.
    09-03-19 08:13 AM
  3. Rootbrian's Avatar
    If it only affects a minority, you shouldn't be concerned.

    Typed on my blackberry classic with 10.3.3-latest on freedom mobile HSPA+
    09-07-19 09:42 PM

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