August 23 2010
Hacked smartphones may present a threat to military personnel by sending location data to enemy forces, say computer experts cited by Network World.
Security experts said that malicious software that commandeers phone functions could provide an enemy with valuable information about troop locations and movements.
Misuse of legitimate phone features can also be dangerous, they said. For example, troops who take photos with their cell phones and send them may not realize that...
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