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New mobile Trojan on the loose
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/10/2005 12:39:00 PM.

A new mobile phone Trojan has appeared affecting the Symbian 60 operating system.
Dubbed Fontal.A it has to be downloaded by the phone's owner for infection, but once installed the phone is damaged and prevented from rebooting. It is just the latest example of malicious code, including worms and viruses, that target mobile devices.
Fontal.A was discovered on Wednesday and is transferred to mobile phones as an SIS format installer file called "Kill Saddam By OID500.sis".
Mobile phone users who are infected with Fontal should not turn off their phone before removing the Trojan, said anti-virus company F-Secure. The company has posted instructions for removing the Trojan.


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