Vodafone has stepped up to the plate and taken full responsibility for shipping the HTC Magic that came pre-loaded with unwanted guests – specifically the Mariposa botnet malware as well as other nasties. This was due to the cellphone carrier’s Spanish arm which supplied an HTC Magic smartphone that came with malware where it allows one to establish a backdoor for stealing information on connected computers throughout the synchronization process. Vodafone claims that this is an isolated and local problem, so don’t look at your HTC Magic in a funny way the next time you sync.
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