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On 5/16/07, Davide Del Vecchio <email@example.com> wrote:
> 3APA3A ha scritto:
> > Dear Davide Del Vecchio,
> > It's also possible to recover deleted photos from almost any flash card
> > in almost any device (camera, mobile, etc) - it's a way general purpose
> > file systems work. Requirement to delete information securely is
> > enforced in devices certified to e.g. process US military secretes. In
> > this case, device must follow DoD 5220-22-M recommendations and you can
> > expect secure erase. In general purpose operation systems and devices,
> > to delete information securely (wipe it) some additional
> > actions/utilities are usually required.
> > --Tuesday, May 15, 2007, 9:09:19 PM, you wrote to
> > DDV> Hello list,
> > DDV> During some research, I found an intersting "feature"
> > DDV> on my Nokia mobile phone; I was able to retrieve any
> > DDV> apparently deleted sms/mms.
> I completely agree with you.
> Infact the news is how EASY is it to recover sms/mms deleted without
> using any recovery tool (just using the PC Nokia Suite) and the aim of
> my post was to increase the perception of the privacy risk on the mobile
> I hope that after this post, Nokia people will think about introducing
> more security features. Those actually are infact often reduced to just
> a 4 digit number (the PIN).
> I think the question is crucial and, I hope, finally clear.
The PIN supported is a function of the SIM/UICC