Windows Mobile Virus In The Wild, Sends Device Data Home


McAfee’s Avert Labs group is alerting us to one of the first viruses to attack Windows Mobile. Named WinCE/Infojack, this little bugger allows silent installation of malware, and sends information about the infected device back to the Trojan’s author.

It’s been found packaged in with Google Maps and a Mobile Game. The same advice applies to your mobile as it does with your PC, don’t download applications from locations you don’t explicitly trust.

Read more at the Avert blog.

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