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Antivirus companies report first mobile messaging worm
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/08/2005 06:47:00 AM.

The first mobile phone virus that spreads using the popular Mobile Messaging Service (MMS) is circulating among mobile phone users with Symbian Series 60 mobile phones, antivirus companies have warned.
Antivirus vendors first spotted the new virus, dubbed CommWarrior.A, on Monday. When opened, it places copies of itself on vulnerable mobile phones and uses the phone's address book to send copies of itself to the owner's contacts using MMS. Antivirus experts believe CommWarrior, which has been spreading slowly among cell phone users since January, is not a serious threat. However, the virus could herald a new age of malicious and fast-spreading cell phone threats, according to Mikko Hyppönen of F-Secure Corp.


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