Those who have jailbroken their iPads, iPhones and iPod touches and use the Foxit Reader should really look at updating their software as The Register has reported on a vulnerability that applies to those devices if they are in that state.
“RUSSIAN MALWARE SLEUTHS Kaspersky Lab has reported the discovery of an SMS Trojan hitting Android handsets.
Researchers at the firm said that it had discovered the first Trojan SMS for the Android operating system. Called the Trojan-SMS.AndroidOS.FakePlayer.a, it has already infected a number of mobile devices, according to Kaspersky.”
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Hynix begins mass production of “20nm class” NAND Flash @ SemiAccurate
- Intel wants a piece of Infineon @ SemiAccurate
- How-To: Repair a broken Ethernet plug @ MAKE:Blog
- Motorola reveals the Droid 2 @ The Register
- ARM licenses a low power chip to Texas Instruments @ The Inquirer
- AMD Fusion won’t kill the GPU, but what if it kills the CPU? @ Ars Technica
- Hands-on: KDE 4.5 launches with tiling, new notifications @ Ars Technica
- 10 Plug-In Electric Vehicles You Can Buy Today @ Digital Trends
- Back to School Gift Guide @ Digital Trends
- Modders-Inc Podcast 19
- Media Center Guide on How to Change the Default Folder for Pictures and Videos @ Missing Remote