iPhone is usually the first example that comes up whenever someone talks about encrypted smartphones and the law enforcement’s inability to crack that encryption. That’s because years ago, Apple made privacy and security two core features of its hardware and software products — but iOS devices aren’t the only encrypted smartphones you can buy these days.
In fact, the FBI has just busted the CEO of a company that’s been raking in millions of dollars by selling tens of thousands of customized BlackBerry smartphones across the globe. These specialized BlackBerry phones meant to avoid surveillance, and they appear to be highly coveted devices in the world of organized crime.
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It looks like there actually is still a market for BlackBerry phones: Organized crime originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 12 Mar 2018 at 17:09:13 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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It looks like there actually is still a market for BlackBerry phones: Organized crime