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Tue Oct 6 13:45:31 CEST 2009

The researchers are careful to note that they did not assess how
vulnerable specific types of smart phones are. They did their work on a
phone used primarily by software developers versus commercial phone
users. Working within a legitimate software development environment,
they deliberately inserted rootkit malware into the phone to study its
potential effects. They did not find a vulnerability that a real
malware attacker would have to exploit.

So, it's nothing we have to worry about - in fact, some free


Thomas White <taw at>

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