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Research in Motion has released an operating system upgrade for Verizon’s version of the original Black Berry Storm.
This brings a number of improvements to the first touchscreen-oriented smartphone from RIM.
Yesterday, while investigating some Facebook click-bait, I came across a fake Flash update that is targeting OS X users.
Fake flash updates have been very common to infect OS X.
A Quick Overview of the Black Berry Storm This is the first Black Berry with a touchscreen, which is 3.25 inches and 360 by 480 pixels.
This display takes the place of the keyboard typically found on RIM models.
It is scalable, fault-tolerant, guarantees your data will be processed, and is easy to set up and operate.
Instead, the user is asked to willingly install them, by making them look like genuine Adobe Flash warnings (and we keep telling users to make sure Flash is up to date, so they are likely going to obey the warning and install the update).
If a new version of the device software is available for your Black Berry device, it will be listed in the Settings view in Black Berry® Link on your computer.