BlackBerry reveals multiple PDF vulnerabilities
The iconic business smartphone maker releases software updates to solve PDF attachment related flaws.
The vulnerabilities could enable a criminal to send an email that contained a specially crafted PDF file, which could be opened to view on a BlackBerry smartphone.
This could cause memory corruption and even lead to an attacker taking control of a computer that hosts the BlackBerry attachment service.
RIM recommended that BlackBerry users only open attachments from trusted sources as mobile best practice.
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