Smartphone growth sparks debate over security

02/24/2006 | CNET

The threat of mobile phone viruses is currently low, but it is likely to increase as more consumers buy smartphones, a shift that has antivirus software makers like Symantec, McAfee and F-Secure champing at the bit. However, major U.S. wireless carriers and some analysts believe installing software on phones is not a good approach and argue instead that a more sensible strategy is to scan and filter wireless networks for malicious code.

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