Mobile phone virus goes 'wild'

Monday, 4 October 2004, 4:09 PM EST

Security experts have found what is believed to be the first outbreak of the 'Cabir' mobile phone virus in the 'wild'.

Singapore mobile phone users have been targeted by the worm, which infects phones using the Symbian operating system and spreads over Bluetooth, according to anti-virus firm F-Secure.

By Daniel Thomas at vnunet.

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