nokia calendar memory errors
Date: 05/06/03

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    Date: 6 May 2003 18:21:25 -0000
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    I have sent this to the security mail of nokia without success and to the
    normal support contact with no response.

    So I forward this I think could be interesting. I just see other strange
    memory behaviour like the one described : a
    calendar entry having the ending characters of another entry. And when I
    change one entry this seems to change and
    corrupting the other and vice versa.

    I don't tested these problems on other nokia models.

    ----- Original Message -----
    > A found something strange on my nokia 5210 and ask myself if it isn't a
    > in the software.
    > I add a new entry on my calendar. But the last characters of my new entry
    > are changed with the square "" char. If I add a new entry with fewer
    > characters the entry is ok. Than I add another
    > entry
    > on a different date. My new entry isn't
    > correct and show only 3 squares "". Than I look in my previews entry
    > the last characters that was correct are now
    > not correct and show squares "". I think I have used my full memory for
    > calendar entry and it seems to act like a
    > "bufferoverflow" ?
    > I ask myself if security problems can rise if somebody send a new
    > entry via sms to somebody else this will
    > "delete" some characters of other entries in the phone ?...
    > So we can send a lot of new calendar entries to somebody
    to "bufferoverflow"
    > is memory or delete personal informations ???
    > Could you give me feedback about this ?
    > Thank you.

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