Jul 25, 2010
I recently started reverse engineering BlackBerry applications. I have done it before, but this time around, I focused a lot more effort and energy on it. In short, BlackBerry apps can be decompiled; enough to the point where you can begin to write keygens for them. Yes, much like back in the good old days. I’ll spare everyone the details suffice it to say that I took the BlackBerry compiler...
Jul 13, 2010
I usually follow the Ligatt saga from afar and typically take on the role of a partially interested observer. This latest development, however, has made me want to do a little research myself.
So what’s the deal? It appears that Greg Evans and Ligatt are suing a number of people for “stock bashing”. The blog post goes on to detail that a group of people have posted comments on...
Jul 1, 2010
It’s been quite a while since my last post. I’ve been a bit on the busy side with work, family and a bit of research. Inspired by a friend and fellow researcher – Cst. Shafik Punja, I decided to look deeper into BlackBerry connectivity via USB. If I succeeded at understanding this topic, I would be able to directly connect to a BlackBerry device and collect all the information that...