Viruses 'have hit most mobile operators'

Tuesday, 13 February 2007, 3:57 PM EST

Mobile operators are starting to feel the pinch from viruses resulting from the increasing use of emails and internet browsing on cellphones, according to an industry study published today.

Attacks on cellphones rose fivefold in 2006, with clients of 83 per cent of mobile operators around the world having been hit, the joint study by security software firm McAfee and research company Informa said.

At the NZ Herald.

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