That’s Not Just A Blackberry In Obama’s Pants

Posted on Jan 22 2009 - 11:20am by L.

Sectera Edge Obama Blackberry 

Apparently the Dude in Charge got to keep his controversial Blackberry for his personal use. However, his security conscious posse hooked the Commander in Chief up with a Sectera Edge, since the Blackberry is not designed for encryption above the “SECRET” status. Read on for more details of this “Super Phone”.

 

So for the “SUPER-TOP-FRIGGIN-TRIPLE-SECRET” shit, Mr. Obama will get to use the clunky Sectera, which has been approved by the NSA. The Secure Wireless Phone and PDA comes with a super snazzy array of options and buttons to fulfill the wet dreams any security freak or CAC enthusiast (that’s a DOD term you pervert, get your mind out of the gutter) :

  • One-touch switching between classified and unclassified PDA functions
  • First ever on-the-move wireless access to the SIPRNET
  • Intuitive, user-friendly interface
  • NSA-certified
  • Versatile
  • Secure and non-secure wireless phone, e-mail and web browsing
  • Withstands rigors of both tactical and everyday environments
  • Global roaming over GSM, CDMA or Wi-Fi* wireless networks
  • Software upgradeable to VoIP
  • Exchange secure e-mail with government personnel, including S/MIME BlackBerry® users
  • IPv6 software upgradeable
  • Easy-to-Use
    • Familiar Microsoft® Windows® Platform
    • Wireless desktop synchronization
    • Separation of Classified and Unclassified applications
    • One-touch switching between classified and unclassified PDA functions

     

    • Advanced Security Features
    • Secure wireless access to the SIPRNET and NIPRNET
    • DoD PKI enabled Common Access Card (CAC) support
    • Supports DoD 8100.2 requirements
    • Type 1 encrypted storage of classified data
    • Can be used inside closed areas with “SCIF-Friendly” feature

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