Today one of our colleagues received a brand new Vodafone HTC Magic with
Google’s Android OS. “Neat” she said. Vodafone distributes this phone to its
userbase in some European countries and it seems affordable as you can get it
for 0€ or 1€ under certain conditions.

The interesting thing is that when she plugged the phone to her PC via USB
her Panda Cloud Antivirus went off, detecting both an autorun.inf and
autorun.exe as malicious. A quick look into the phone quickly revealed it was
infected and spreading the infection to any and all PCs that the phone would be
plugged into.


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