Mobile trojan targets PCs too

Friday, 23 September 2005, 12:36 AM EST

Virus writers have come up with a way to make their malicious software jump from a mobile phone to the PC. Security researchers reported the first sightings of a new Trojan program, which masquerades as pirated software for mobile phones and attempts to infect PCs via the phone's memory card.

By Robert McMillan at IT World.

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