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Memory Cards of 3,000 Vodafone Mobiles Infected With Malware

Close to 3,000 memory cards in HTC Magic phones may be infected with malware after initial assumption by the company, Vodafone, that it was an isolated incident when first discovered by a customer. "It is unclear how the batch of memory cards became infected and an investigation is under way, said a spokesman for Vodafone in Spain. There are no problems with either the HTC Magic phone or its Android OS. The malware only affected phones sold in Spain."

Read full story: Computerworld

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