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Old phones and the RedBrowser trojan Posted by Sean @ 14:30 GMT

6310iWe've been looking deeper into the RedBrowser trojan and have found that it uses just the standard MIDP 1.0 API and the optional CLDC 1.0 WMA package (Wireless Messaging API). Sun has a helpful list of J2ME phones and the version of the Java software installed on each.

So, among the older J2ME/Java supported phones that we have tested, none have been vulnerable to Redbrowser. The Nokia 6310i for example does not have the optional WMA support and the even though the Siemens SX1 has all of the needed software components, RedBrowser still doesn’t work on it.

 

 






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