The wireless industry braces for malicious code aimed at "smart" devices.
By Joshua TompkinsPosted 10.29.2004 at 12:00 pm 0 Comments
Imagine switching on your wireless Pocket PC device one day and finding your address book wiped clean. Or getting a call from the police, who want to know why your cellphone has been dialing 911 all night.
You’d tell the cops what many tech gurus have long expected: Viruses are going airborne. In June the underground virus lab known as 29A created Cabir, which is believed to be the first cellphone virus, and a few weeks later the same group wrote Dust, the first virus capable