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Hi all - I backed up my Blackberry using BB Desktop software to my Mac about two months ago.  I'm giving my Mac to a  family member, who is NOSY and I want to make sure they can't recover /snoop through my personal information (backed up texts, MMS's, etc). Is there a way to delete the backed up texts before I give the Mac to them? I don't want them seeing my personal messages/backed up info. Thanks!

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Hiya!
no they cannot view it... the backup file... is one file, only actually readable by the desktop software. they cannot simply open the file and browse around it.
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