Those of you familiar with how BES transcodes images for BlackBerry devices will know that it has suffered from a spat of security vulnerabilities in the past. It is all based on the fact that the BES server processes these email attachments for the BlackBerry device before passing it along. BlackBerry has just put out another Advisory for BES saying that there is a CVSS 10 level vulnerability in how it processes Tiff image files. It can possibly allow a remote attacker to execute code on the BES server.
BES Servers Exposed to Tiff Image Vulnerability (CVSS Score 10)
by the BerryReview Team on February 19th, 2013 ·
Posted in News
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