AppDisabler.V is a malicious SIS file trojan, which tries to disable a number of Symbian OS system and third party applications. In addition to disabling applications AppDisabler.V replaces the phone operator logo and background image.
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When installed, AppDisabler.V will replace the main executable of several system and third party applications by overwriting their main executable file and replaces the operator logo and background image.
If any third party applications targeted by the trojan are installed on the device, then their main executable will be overwritten, and must be reinstalled to repair the damage.
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