RIM's concern stems from the
The exploit can also allow access to data stored on a user's media card; however, it cannot grant access to email or calendar data.
The phone, a BlackBerry Torch 9800, fell on the same day as Apple's iPhone 4. Both phones were hacked as part of Pwn2Own, a hacking competition held by Austin-based HP subsidiary TippingPoint DVlabs. These two phones and many other full-fledged browsers and operating systems fell at Pwn2Own. No one attempted to breach Mozilla Firefox, a Samsung Nexus S running Android 2.3, a Dell Venue pro running Windows Phone 7 or Google Chrome.