Commwarrior cell phone virus won’t go away

In this day an age of everything being connected in one way or another. We all knew the day would come when our cell phones and other devices would become targets of malware writers. Commwarrior keeps spreading do to users thinking the email it sends is from someone they know.

The Commwarrior virus reads the user's local address book for phone numbers and starts sending MMS messages containing infected files. MMS, or multimedia message service, accommodates messages that are a mix of audio, video and text. Aside from MMS, the virus also can spread through Bluetooth connections.

Commwarrior cell phone virus marches on  CNET


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