03-13-2013 05:54 PM
I've just bought a Playbook 64GB - primarily because the reviews stated that the quality was good (it is!) and it is suitable for business use (it seems to be.)
My main reasons (my must have reasons) for buying it was to hve ssh access to my server (working - am happy), a code editor (haven't found a synatc highlighting one yet???) and access to email (working but, that's a problem!)
I now need to be able to password protect access to some applications - is that in any way possible?
I really don't want anyone to be able to pickup/steal my Playbook and get acces to my emails, for example.
I sthere some way to password protext cerating applications on the Playbook 64GB?
My kindest regards
03-13-2013 07:16 PM
The only thing that will protect the emails app once you have set up one or more accounts is the Playbook security password which is requested on boot up or on awake from standby. It is not hackable as far as I know but you do need to either press lock, or have the lock occur on standby with a short "lock after" time set.
More tham 10 bad password attempts will security wipe the playbook
03-16-2013 07:23 AM
Guess I'm stuck for application protection then?
Just out of interest, what language are Blackberry apps written in?
Is there an SDK?
Kind regards Keith
03-20-2013 06:44 PM
Thanks, Lost at Sea
It was more to stop casual browsers accessing my mail and other key apps.
I guess I'll just have to password protect the device.