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Originally Posted by azianai;15256339 
Also bbm is encrypted for privacy

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It is possible to decrypt it http://thehackernews.com/2011/09/russian-firm-elcomsoft-unveils-tool-to.html
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post #22 of 26
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Originally Posted by Z Overlord View Post
I have unlimited data, text, and 350 min of call for $35. Virgin Mobile though.

I think T-Mobile does it too.
Yea T-Mobile does unlimited from $50 with prepaid....
Not sure how much the postpaid is now
post #23 of 26
I bet this caused a jam


oh yeah!!!
post #24 of 26
My boss drove me crazy yesterday cos "emails on my mobile phone are not working, fix this!". FU Blackberry
post #25 of 26
Your smartphone can't access the internet because some server a thousand miles away crashed? Why would anyone still use a phone that can't access the internet by itself and is completely reliant upon some outside service? And they wonder why Blackberry is dying... No wonder the Air Force dropped them.
post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by m_jones_ View Post
I'm not talking about the device. I'm saying all bbm msgs are encrypted through RIM's server. And noones broken that encryption yet

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