Antivirus companies are warning of new malicious software that can infect any cell phone capable of running Java applications, not just feature-rich smart phones. The Trojan horse was first spotted by Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab, which calls it RedBrowser. The malicious code poses as an application that promises people the ability to visit mobile Internet sites using text messages instead of an actual Net connection, Kaspersky said in a statement Tuesday. Full Story
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