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Default Event Injection - For Bluetooth Keyboard - Any Risks?

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Morning All,

I have just created a software configuration with application policy to allow users to configure Keystroke Injection on their BB. I have done this by enabling /allowing the event injection within the application policy.

That works fine and is tested without issue. My question today is how much of a risk is it if we do this and release it to the people who want these keyboard devices. We have a seperate group / policy that will just apply to them, so it is very specific, but still, it would be useful to have an idea of any potential risks brought around by doing this. We aren't getting any info from our provider (Vodafone uk) so I figured I would ask the true experts.

Cheers

Evilmunky
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