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BBC Builds Smartphone Malware For Testing Purposes

August 10th, 2010 08:24 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

siliconbits writes “BBC News has shown how straightforward it is to create a malicious application for a smartphone. Over a few weeks, the BBC put together a crude game for a smartphone that also spied on the owner of the handset. The application was built using standard parts from the software toolkits that developers use to create programs for handsets. This makes malicious applications hard to spot, say experts, because useful programs will use the same functions.”

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