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Old 11-04-2009, 11:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way that I am remotely being audited if I do not have BES?

is there a way that someone is auditing my SMS & BBMSGR history without me knowing?
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Old 11-04-2009, 11:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Without BES... no, it's not possible.
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can somone register my phone to BES without me knowing?

The reason why I am asking this question is because one day I received an e-mail at my blackberry (on my hotmail acct) saying that the e-mail I sent was undeliverable; and the contet on the e-mail was the history of a conversation I had with the supposed recipient of that e-mail. However I never sent that info

I would never realize that this history was sent if I did not receive that error msg back. I never sent that info to the person and there was no history of outgoing e-mails to that person.

Is it possible for someone to send my history to their e-mail (even if remotely)??

the e-mail came like this:

Delivery Status Notification (Failure)xxx8207;
From: Mail Delivery System
You may not know this sender.Mark as safe|Mark as junk
Sent: Sat 10/31/09 5:25 AM
To: 2 attachments | Download all attachments (3.7 KB)
ATT00001 (0.3 KB), BLA.mht (3.5 KB)


The following message to <BLA> was undeliverable.The reason for the problem:5.4.7 - Delivery expired (message too old) '[Errno 61] Connection refused'


--Forwarded Message Attachment--
Subject: BLA
To: BLA1email (with typo)
From: BLA2email
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 05:09:52 +0000


Participants:
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BLA1, BLA2

Messages:
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BLA1: blablabla (substitution for actual conversation)
BLA1: blablabla (substitution for actual conversation)
BLA1: blablabla (substitution for actual conversation)
BLA1: blablabla (substitution for actual conversation)
BLA1: blablabla (substitution for actual conversation)
BLA2: blablabla (substitution for actual conversation)
BLA2: blablabla (substitution for actual conversation)

Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile


can somone register my phone to BES without me knowing?
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Old 11-04-2009, 12:43 PM   #4 (permalink)
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can somone register my phone to BES without me knowing?
No, first you would need a BlackBerry Enterprise plan on your account, this is generally a more expensive data plan. Secondly, they would need your device in order to complete the activation.
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If you're paying for a BES data plan, and someone got a hold of your phone... sure they could activate it on a BES.

Go to Options > Security Options > General Settings and scroll all the way down.
What's listed under Services: ?
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What's listed under IT Policy Name: ?
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it says *** no services ***

So I am guessing that I don't have the BES right?

OK, I am happy to hear that and I appreciate your responses.

I do not know how that e-mail issue happened but I just hope that my conversations cannot be kept anywhere or accessed by anyone.

Thank you once again!
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wait wait wait hold on... sorry

It says:

Content Compression: Enable
Content Protection: Disabled
Strenght: Strong
Include Contacts: No
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*** no services ***

There is no field for IT POLICY NAME

are these setting good for my protection? should I change any so that I woul dbe more pretected somehow?
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That email was just some spammer using your email address as a bogus return address to fool his ISP's servers. It means nothing to you. Your BB is not compromised, and your email account is not compromised. It's just a spammer playing his reindeer games.
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Without BES... no, it's not possible.
finally, there is a third party software that does just the same.

bbmlog logs all chats on a blackberry messenger as text files automatically.
save the history on phone or media card

try downloading from bbmlog.com
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If you're paying for a BES data plan, and someone got a hold of your phone... sure they could activate it on a BES.

Go to Options > Security Options > General Settings and scroll all the way down.
What's listed under Services: ?
and
What's listed under IT Policy Name: ?


Under services I have
WLM 2.1 [wlmna01 (aes)
peer [bbm, p2p] (3des)

I know those are my msn and bbm but I am good??
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Looks clean. I have the BBM one, but since I don't use MSN I don't have the WLM entry. Interestingly, In the area for Services I used to have *** no services *** but that's not even there now. I only have the peer [BBM_P2P] (3DES)
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