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Default BuddyGuard Beta 1 Released

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Terra Mobility is pleased to announce the release of BuddyGuard Beta 1.

BuddyGuard is a new application that allows you to protect your privacy and personal information in the event of the loss or theft of your BlackBerry. With BuddyGuard, you can remotely access and control your BlackBerry using commands send via SMS messages.

Key Features:
  • Wipe: Remotely wipes personal data from your BlackBerry. Removes contacts, email and phone log data to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing it.
  • Alert: Assists in finding a misplaced phone by playing a tone, even if the phone is in silent or vibrate-only mode.
  • Lock: Instructs your BlackBerry to lock itself to prevent unauthorized access. Protects your data without deleting it.
  • List: Emails a full listing of the data that would be removed by the Wipe command. Allows you to test and verify what a Wipe will do without actually deleting your data.
  • Help: Remotely receive a listing of the available commands. Useful when you've forgotten the set of supported commands.
  • BuddyGuard also provides ease-of-use features, such as password recovery and SMS replies to acknowledge that the command was successfully executed.
Supported devices include all trackball and touch screen BlackBerrys.

To try out the free Beta, search for BuddyGuard in the BlackBerryApps Store or download it OTA from the Terra Mobility web site at
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