Mobiles open backdoor into corporate networks

Wednesday, 29 March 2006, 1:27 PM EST

Security experts have warned that malware writers are increasingly targeting mobile phones as vectors for the propagation of viruses and Trojans into corporate networks.

F-Secure told vnunet.com that it is working on a device that will detect infected mobile phones before they have a chance to spread a virus throughout a business using a wireless technology such as Bluetooth.

At vnunet.

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