First worm to target smart phones

Called Cabir, the program apparently uses the Bluetooth feature of smart phones to detect other Symbian phones, and then transfers itself to the new host as a package file.

Antivirus companies were apparently sent a copy of the worm from the group that created it. While the current incarnation of the program poses little threat, other virus writers may use the worm as a departure point for their own development.

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