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Bluetooth support is included using the WinSock API To use Bluetooth, use the AF_BTH address family with the WinSock APIs Windows Mobile can manage the pairing of devices, but it may be up to a particular application to accept a PIN on behalf of a user For more information, consult the WinSock and Bluetooth documentation on MSDN
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Windows Mobile includes a port of the Windows Internet (WinInet) library This library is the HTTP backend for Pocket Internet Explorer (IE) but is usable by application developers as well WinInet includes client support for HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP As an API, WinInet can be a little bit complicated, and it is obvious that it was originally designed as the internal backend for IE WinInet supports authentication using NTLM and basic authentication More authentication types can be added by catching HTTP 401 (Forbidden) errors and managing the authentication headers manually Kerberos and domain-joined authentication functionality are not supported The Secure Channel (SChannel) Security Support Provider (SSP) implements a complete SSL stack with support for client certificates WinInet uses SChannel for SSL functionality Application developers wishing to create SSL tunnels can do so by manually using SChannel and the Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) functions To create a secure SSL connection, the identity of the server s certificate must be cryptographically verified and chained to a root certificate Windows Mobile keeps a collection of root certificates in an internal certificate store You can view this store by launching the Settings application, choosing the System tab, and starting the Certificates application To add new certificates, use ActiveSync Certain carriers may prevent certificate installation Be very judicious when adding certificates to the Root Store because these certificates are completely trusted, and the presence of an attacker s certificate in the Root Store could allow the attacker to spoof websites
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Windows Mobile is a mature platform for application developers and includes a large amount of security functionality Unfortunately, the platform was not architected with security from the start, and the security model is not as user friendly or as advanced as the ones found in the more modern mobile operating systems Changes in the Windows CE 6x kernel will provide a more secure and robust foundation for future versions of Windows Mobile
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lackBerry devices are produced by Research In Motion (RIM), a Canadian company who first introduced the BlackBerry in 1999 as a messaging pager and PDA that could be used to access corporate e-mail In 2002, the BlackBerry 5810 was the first device to add phone features RIM designs all BlackBerry devices and produces the proprietary BlackBerry OS The first BlackBerry devices had a distinctively boxy shape with a full QWERTY keyboard and side-mounted scroll wheel The combination of a complete keyboard, enterprise management features, and robust e-mail integration have made the BlackBerry very popular
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Modern BlackBerry devices are more consumer friendly than their predecessors and have consumer features, including GPS, camera, full web browser, and media player RIM released its first touch-screen device, the BlackBerry Storm, in 2008 BlackBerry OS versions more recent than 46 include a full HTML/JavaScript/CSS2-capable web browser and can be used to browse most Internet sites, including those that use AJAX technologies Versions of the browser prior to 42 are incomplete and do not support advanced web functionality RIM encourages third-party application development and provides fairly complete documentation and developer support via forums The BlackBerry OS is primarily Java and supports J2ME Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) 10, a subset of MIDP 20, Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 12, and Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) profiles natively A RIM proprietary Java API for using device-specific features is required to take complete advantage of the BlackBerry platform Applications are able to use RIM, MIDP, and CLDC APIs all at once, but RIM s UI classes can only be used within CLDC applications because their GUI threading model conflicts with MIDP applications For that reason, most BlackBerry-specific Java applications are CLDC based and use RIM s proprietary APIs RIM calls these applications RIMlets (http://developerssuncom/mobility/midp/articles/blackberrydev/) Developers may also write applications using alternate development technologies, including a data-driven web service model targeting the Mobile Data System (MDS) runtime Most mobile devices poll the server on an intermittent basis to check for new messages; the BlackBerry uses a push technology, where the server initiates the communication immediately after a message arrives Proprietary RIM server software monitors users e-mail accounts and initiates the push Policy, applications, and other messages can also be sent using this mechanism To save on bandwidth, the server compresses messages before sending them to the device The push architecture prolongs battery life and decreases message delivery latency because the device does not burn the battery by pinging the server to ask for new messages
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