Windows CE, Symbian wide open to attack

Friday, 13 October 2006, 7:07 PM EST

Windows CE is at an especially high risk of attack according to a new analysis of malware threats.

Kaspersky Lab researcher Alexander Gostev has produced the report, it which it is noted that the mobile version of Windows remains wide open to software exploits compared to desktop versions, and allows easy programming access to core operating system functions.

At Computerworld.

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