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DavidB let me know about these two little applications that really kind of scare me. The BlackBerry is pretty impenetrable to attacks but software can be installed on a BlackBerry to let you do some pretty scary stuff.

For example, there is a FREE application called PhoneSnoop that lets you dial into the infected BlackBerry and use it as a remote bug. The application will automatically answer the phone and turn on the speakerphone letting you listen into what the victim is doing. It shows no indication that it is doing so on the BlackBerry which is kind of scary… Check it out at this link or more info at this link .

The second is called FlexiSPY pro and was featured on The Register . This app takes things one step further with its $249 price tag and lets you not only perform remote listening along with reading the infected BlackBerrys emails, SMS, call logs, and GPS location.

Learn what IT professionals need to do in order to keep Unified Communications and Collaboration systems always on, while making sure these systems do not negatively impact on other high priority applications residing on the same converged IP network...

The number of successful cyberattacks per year per company has increased by 46% over the last four years. But what really needs to be considered when exploring a solution? What questions need to be asked? Download to find out...

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We are living through the death of privacy, a time when our data is harvested and shared by multiple third-parties in order to market to us more successfully. And that's the legitimate side of things. Given that these days all malware is intended to part us with money, the illiegitimate harvesting of our information is also a growth industry. Often we are tricked into giving away details, but there is also the software vector of attack: spyware.

Spyware takes many forms. Broadly speaking it is software used by cybercriminals to burrow into our PCs and laptops, to find data and pass it back to gangs in order to be used by them for criminal means, or to be sold on. You can aquire spyware when installing legitimate software, visiting dodgy websites or clicking links in unsolicited emails. You will know you have spyware when you notice your machine slowing down, or network activity is taken place when it shouldn't be.

Go to Control Panel in Windows and check your list of Installed Programs for items that you don't remember installing or using. In Windows 8 you'll find this in Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features. You'll find a lot of programs in this list, and it's just possible that your spyware will be shown here (although the worst spyware hides itself with more care). Should you be able to positively identify spyware in here, highlight and click Uninstall.

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