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The first iPhone Trojan has been found in the wild, notes ZDNet UK. It does some damage when users try to uninstall it, but the repairs are…

The first iPhone Trojan has been found in the wild, notes ZDNet UK. It does some damage when users try to uninstall it, but the repairs are pretty simple: “Affected users need to uninstall the Trojan and reinstall affected files, according to Symantec.” Users need to install the application with the Trojan and the site offering it has been taken offline, so there’s not much danger around for iPhone users. However, it’s likely to boost the doomsday claims of certain security companies over mobile viruses…

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