F-Secure backtracks on mobile 'virus'

Monday, 1 May 2006, 12:16 AM EST

F-Secure has backtracked on a statement it made at the Infosecurity show, where the company reported a mobile "virus" that was charging users $5 to send premium SMS messages.

The company originally told vnunet.com that the virus, which was much like the Commwarrior Bluetooth worm, was now affecting mobile phone users.

At vnunet.

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