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First Mobiles Phone and Now CARS !!!
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/27/2005 10:19:00 PM.

Virus drives into car computers

Antivirus companies are researching reports that computer viruses have attacked the onboard computers of cars.

Kaspersky Labs was contacted last weekend by a user asking how to disinfect the onboard computers of Lexus cars - the LX470, LS430 and Landcruiser 100. The user said that the infection occurred via a mobile phone.

Some mobile phone viruses already exist, such as Cabir and Skulls which spread by Bluetooth and infect handsets based on the Symbian operating system.

Many Lexus cars include a navigation system that can connect to a mobile phone over Bluetooth to allow hands-free calls, and Kaspersky believes that Bluetooth could be used to transmit a virus to a car's GPS navigation system.

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