Aggressive Bluetooth, memory card malware

On the heels of new insight into how mobile malware is proliferating, comes a new security alert from a Russian researcher who reports that a new, aggressive worm is using Bluetooth and memory cards to infect phones and other mobile devices. The malware, Commwarrior.Q, moves from phone to phone using a  Bluetooth connection, according to F-Secure Corp., the security vendor who  detected the new threat. While it's not moving at the speed of light right now,  the worm's sophisticated nature and aggressiveness is warranting concern.

To get more info about the mobile malware risk:
-read this article at InfoWorld

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