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By: Symbian

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 14:30:58 +0000

private folder is not on card but in memory of device



By: chall3ng3r

Sat, 17 Mar 2007 23:10:56 +0000

yes. S60 3rdEd is secure :) i'm not sure about it, but on S60 2ndEd, mem card file system is FAT, so one can read the contents of the card using card reader. i haven't played much with 3rdEd phones, so not sure about it, does 3rdEd phones also use FAT on the mem card? if yes, its not secure. anyone can install the applications on mem card, and can easily access them using card reader, even sys folder. I the news recently, i read somewhere that WinMobile 2006 have security option which makes mem card contents encrypted, and can only be opened on the same device. // chall3ng3r //



By: Alessandro

Sat, 17 Mar 2007 19:59:25 +0000

Ciao, so it's the Flash Lite player runtime that cannot access the swf application folder., which makes perfect sense looking at the security of 3rd Ed Nokias. Alessandro