iPod gets 007 data spying tool

Monday, 20 February 2006, 5:17 PM EST

An IT security consultant has developed a program designed to scan corporate networks for sensitive files and automatically transfer them to an iPod.

The 'slurp.exe' application fits on a standard iPod and when activated searches a network for relevant file formats, such as Word and Excel documents.

At vnunet.

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