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BlackBerry Access
 is built using the 
BlackBerry Dynamics SDK
 and provides users with access to your organization's network behind your firewall. For more information about security and the 
BlackBerry Dynamics SDK
, including how data-at-rest and data-in-transit is secured, cryptography details, and policy enforcement, see the 
BlackBerry Dynamics
 Security White Paper
.
BlackBerry Access
 protects data with anti-debugging techniques, method integrity checking, and source code obfuscation of security-sensitive code on all platforms. Unlike users on 
iOS
 and 
Android
 platforms, users on a
Windows
 and 
macOS
 platforms have administrator privileges. 
BlackBerry Access for Windows
 and 
BlackBerry Access for macOS
 do not have compliance rules that detect whether a device is jailbroken or rooted. 
BlackBerry Access for Windows
 and 
BlackBerry Access for macOS
 have an additional compliance policy to check for the presence of antivirus software.
The following are some additional security features that are specific to 
BlackBerry Access
:
  • All browser data stored in a secure container
  • Support for PAC files
  • Connectivity profiles that define the network connections, Internet domains, IP address ranges, and app servers that devices can connect to when using 
    BlackBerry Access
  • DLP policy enforcement
  • Support for various authentication methods, including client certificates, 
    Kerberos
    , and more
  • Separate 
    BlackBerry Dynamics
     certificate store
  • Support for S/MIME in 
    BlackBerry Work for Windows
     and 
    BlackBerry Work for macOS
  • Secure file downloads and secure file viewer
  • Policy that specifies which extensions can be downloaded in 
    BlackBerry Access