Trojan:SymbOS/CDropper.A infects mobile devices that run on the Symbian Series 60 operating system. On arriving on a clean device, it will install Cabir.E and Cabir.D into the device and disables the Bluetooth control application.
F-Secure Mobile Security will detect the installed Cabir variants and delete the worm components.
After deleting worm files you can delete go to application manager and uninstall the fileNorton AntiVirus 2004 Professional.sis.
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The original version of CDropper.A is distributed in a Symbian installation file deceptively named "Norton AntiVirus 2004 Professional.sis". When Cdropper.A is installed, it will drop files into the following directories:
CDropper.A installs different Cabir variants into several places in the device file system.
Some of the installed Cabirs replace common third party applications (FExplorer, SmartFileMan, Smartmovie and SystemExplorer) so that if user has one of those applications installed, it gets replaced with Bluetooth-Worm:SymbOS/Cabir.D and its icon in the menu will go blank.
If user clicks on one of the replaced icons in the menu, the Cabir.D that has replaced that application will start and try to spread to other devices. If Cabir.D starts, it will spread as Cabir.D ([YUAN].SIS) without other Cabir variants or Cdropper.A
CDropper.A will also install auto start component that tries to automatically start Cabir.D upon system reboot, but fails as the auto start component points into directory that is not installed on the device.
CDropper.A will also install non-functional version of the Bluetooth control application, so that user cannot change Bluetooth settings without disinfecting the device first.