RIM has hit back at accusations that its BlackBerry can be used by hackers as a simple gateway into a corporate network. The company has said that the attack described by Jesse D'Aguanno makes a number of assumptions that security features are disabled.
RIM makes a good point in that users cannot download attachments, malicious or otherwise.
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