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Car virus rumors taken out for a spin
Contributed by: SHA, at 5/22/2005 05:10:00 PM.

After putting a Prius to the test, a team of antivirus experts has concluded that cell phone viruses are unable to infect cars.
F-Secure said rumors that mobile phone viruses could spread to cars via Bluetooth were erroneous, after technicians at the security firm failed to infect the onboard computer of a Toyota Prius with Cabir, which spreads by Bluetooth and infects handsets based on the Symbian operating system.

Cars catching viruses ??? What's next ? I think my toaster caught a virus,its been burning toast since last Tuesday.

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  • They way computing and interconnectivity is rapidly being embedded into different house hold devices, we might soon have to hear that the Microwaves need to be kept clean not only from biological but also from computer based viruses.


    By Blogger G3nu1n3, at 5/22/2005 06:04:00 PM  

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