BlackBerry announced Thursday that it is in the process of updating some of its products to resolve the recently surfaced software glitch known as ‘FREAK.’ This software flaw allows hackers to get their hands on users’ private communications or launch a nasty cyber-attack.
BlackBerry working on a fix
BlackBerry spokeswoman Kim Geiger stated in an email on Thursday that BlackBerry is making efforts to update its affected products. Geiger added that along with running investigations, the company is also taking appropriate actions to safeguard its customers from the industry Open SSL vulnerability called FREAK.
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