[maemo-users] N800 and network security

From: Acadia Secure Networks acadiasecurenets at aol.com
Date: Tue Feb 27 19:15:49 EET 2007

well this is exactly what I was suggesting that Nokia needs to get out 
in front of by  making its own  strong case for the security 
"capabilities" of the Nokia  Internet Tablet computers. Even ignoring 
the suggestions I and others have made for technical improvements into 
the security of the device, Nokia can and should make some space on its 
www site for this device family that discusses the subject of device 
security.  This is more of a marketing problem that it is a security 


feel free to have someone from you I.T. department contact me and, in 
concrete terms, I can make them feel more comfortable about allowing the 
N800 on their network.

Best Regards,


John Holmblad


Acadia Secure Networks


Karl.Bellve at umassmed.edu wrote:
>> I'd like to connect to my departmental network (Windows based), but 
>> our IT folks won't let me for fear of viruses, worms, etc. Is there 
>> anything on the web that I can show them that would indicate that the 
>> N800 is not a security risk? Or maybe it is??? Thanks!
>> Dave
> UC Davis should be embarrassed.
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