As widely predicted, smartphones are indeed being targeted by malware writers – but for now there’s no need to panic, because usage will have to reach a critical mass before it would be worth the cybercriminals going after phones for financial gain. That’s the word from online security specialists Kaspersky Lab, which has been examining the evolution of the criminal underground during 2005.
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