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The BlackBerry Security Incident Response Team (SIRT) works to make BlackBerry® one of the most secure mobile platforms available. The BlackBerry SIRT builds collaborative relationships across the industry, monitors the security threat landscape and responds rapidly to emerging incidents to provide customers with the guidance and tools they need to protect their systems and devices.
To discourage privacy-infringing apps, BlackBerry Security Incident Response Team released new privacy guidance for BlackBerry® World™ app developers that helps clarify what BlackBerry considers personal information and provides general guidance on how it should be protected.
Mozilla and BlackBerry are working together on security research techniques in the area of fuzzing. Fuzzing is a method of automated security testing that is used to identify potential security concerns before customers are at risk.
Learn about the four types of advisories and notices BlackBerry publishes to protect customers from emerging threats.
All reports of vulnerabilities in BlackBerry products or services are investigated by the BlackBerry SIRT. For currently supported and non-beta products, the BlackBerry SIRT will follow BlackBerry triage and remediation processes and take appropriate action to help protect customers. For confirmed vulnerabilities in publicly released, in-support products, this will normally result in the publication of a security advisory, along with a corresponding software update to address the issue.
When vulnerabilities are reported to BlackBerry, industry standard best practices around coordinated vulnerability disclosure are followed and individuals and/or companies who worked with the company on security advisories are acknowledged. BlackBerry also acknowledges individuals and/or companies who report non-advisory class issues for their work to help protect BlackBerry customers.
|BSRT-2014-008 Vulnerability in BlackBerry World service affects BlackBerry 10 smartphones||Oct. 14, 2014|
|BSRT-2014-007 Information disclosure vulnerability affects BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 and BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0.4||Aug. 12, 2014|
|BSRT-2014-006 Vulnerability in file sharing service affects BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Z30, BlackBerry Q10, and BlackBerry Q5 smartphones||Aug. 12, 2014|
|BlackBerry response to OpenSSL vulnerabilities||June 24, 2014|
|BSRT-2014-005 Information disclosure vulnerability in OpenSSL affects BlackBerry products||May 13, 2014|
|BSRT-2014-004 Vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash impact BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Q10, and BlackBerry Q5 smartphone software||May 13, 2014|
|BlackBerry response to OpenSSL "Heartbleed" vulnerability||April 10, 2014
|BSRT-2014-003 BSRT-2014-003 Vulnerability in qconnDoor service affects BlackBerry 10 smartphones||April 8, 2014|
|Privacy Notice - PT. Linktone Indonesia Apps||Feb. 18, 2014|
|BSRT-2014-002 Information disclosure vulnerability affects BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, Universal Device Service 6 and BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0.4||Feb. 11, 2014
|BSRT-2014-001 Vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash impact BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10 smartphone and BlackBerry PlayBook tablet software||Jan 14, 2014|
|Privacy Notice - mxData Ltd Apps||Nov. 19 , 2013 Updated|
|BSRT-2013-012 Vulnerability in remote file access feature impacts BlackBerry Link||Nov. 12, 2013|
|BSRT-2013-011 Vulnerability in BlackBerry Universal Device Service wrapper impacts BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10||Oct. 8, 2013 Updated|
You may be experiencing a problem that appears to be security-related but isn’t due to malware or a vulnerability in BlackBerry products. If you’re experiencing one of these problems, review the solutions to common problems below. If you find the answer here, you don’t need to submit a security issue.