Blackberry started pushing a new software update for BlackBerry DTEK60. The update brings the latest November 2017 Security Patch along with Krack Wi-Fi vulnerabilities fix. With the new software update, Blackberry DTEK60 upgrades the build number to AAQ934.
Along with this update, Blackberry also fixed some of the regular bugs and improved the performance and stability of the device.
The update has started to roll out as we speak. It is sent via OTA (Over the air) and will soon hit your phone anytime soon. It may take days, weeks or even months to receive the update. It is rolling in a phase-wise manner. You can wait for the update or else you can manually check for the OTA update to receive AAQ934 November/Krack Security 2017 Patch on BlackBerry DTEK60.
We always recommend to install the latest security patch update, this will make sure that you are safe from all the malware and issues. The new build AAQ934 weighs around 101 MB in size. If you have the update, then hit the download button to enjoy the latest November Security Patch along with KRACK update.
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Manually Upgrade BlackBerry DTEK60 to AAQ934 November/Krack Security 2017 Patch
Before proceeding with anything, make sure your device has enough storage space in it and it must have at least 50% battery. We suggest you to choose a Wi-Fi or a 4G connection to download it. Also, don’t forget to take the data backup to avoid any problem in case things go wrong. You can now start downloading to upgrade November Security patch on BlackBerry DTEK60. As this update is based on Nougat, it wouldn’t take a lot of time to download and install.
In case you haven’t received the same, you can simply check the update manually:
To Check for latest Update, Go to Settings -> About Phone -> Software Updates.
Blackberry DTEK60 will not receive the Android Oreo update. This is been confirmed by Blackberry.
What’s KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability?
KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability stands for Key Reinstallation Attack which is a fundamental heart to hack the WiFi Protected Access 2 (WPA2). Recently researcher found that, by hacking the WPA2, It can act the vulnerability to decrypt traffic, hijack connections, perform man-in-the-middle attacks, and eavesdrop on communication sent from a WPA2-enabled device. To secure the device, Today BlackBerry has started rolling this Security bug fix to fix the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability on BlackBerry DTEK60.