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Figure 6.1: HotSync protected by JSJ Antivirus F-Secure Mobile Anti-Virus
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Trend offers a solution for Pocket PCs and Pocket PC-based smartphones (for a cost of $24.95 $34.95, depending upon the device). The features include the following:
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Performs automatic, real-time virus scans and allows users to initiate manual scans Automatically checks for and deploys new security updates whenever the device is online Integrates new firewall and intrusion detection systems (IDS) with antivirus security Protects against SMS spam
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The intrusion-detection component is interesting. I ll discuss direct attacks in the section Targeting Your PDA Directly and will cover that component in greater detail. Intrusion detection and firewalls are necessary technologies to help protect against malware. Figure 6.2 shows Trend Micro Mobile Security in action.
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Figure 6.2: Trend Micro Mobile Security running on a PDA
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Symantec offers an antivirus solution ($39.95 per year) for both Palms and Pocket PCs. The key features include the following:
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Runs natively on Palm OS and Pocket PC devices Renewable annual service keeps you up-to-date with the latest virusprotection updates, features, and OS-compatibility upgrades
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Auto-protect provides real-time protection against malicious code unobtrusively, in the background Automatic scans can check for viruses after expansion card insertion or desktop synchronization On-demand scans allow you to examine applications and files for viruses any time you want New virus-protection updates are automatically transferred from your desktop computer the next time you synchronize your PDA Wireless LiveUpdate downloads new virus-protection updates directly to your handheld when you have a direct wireless connection to the Internet Logging capability provides vital information you need to take action against virus threats
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An interesting feature is the updating of virus-definition files upon synching with the desktop. This is in addition to being able to update the definitions via wireless connection while mobile. These two features combined provide a rather comprehensive means to ensure that the definitions are up-to-date. Figure 6.3 shows Symantec AntiVirus on a Palm.
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Figure 6.3: Symantec AntiVirus running on a Palm
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Always-on protection identifies and removes malware Detects multiple entry and exit points, such as email, instant-messaging attachments, Internet downloads, SMS, MMS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth Updates run silently in the background
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Figure 6.4 shows McAfee VirusScan Mobile running on a PDA.
Figure 6.4: McAfee VirusScan Mobile running on a PDA
As you can tell from this section, there really is mobile PDA-related malware out in the wild. Malicious programs like Backdoor.Brador.A are a potential nightmare for enterprises. It is important to remember that as more and more mobile devices become used, the malware threat will only increase. Therefore, enterprises must take the threat seriously and take action to protect mobile devices. The major antivirus vendors offer PDA-based antivirus solutions, and enterprises can leverage their existing relationships with those vendors to assist with addressing PDA-related malware needs.
Targeting a PDA Directly
As with any other computer device, if a PDA is connected to a network it runs the risk of being attacked directly. With today s PDAs having wireless capabilities, plus the addition of PDA functionality in smartphones, PDAs are connecting to networks more often than ever.
Finding a PDA
The first step in attacking a computer is to find it. Let s say that someone is using a new Dell Axim with Windows Mobile 5.0 to surf the Web at a sandwich shop. Because the user is surfing the Web, they have an IP address. Figure 6.5 shows a pocket PC connected to the wireless LAN. Note the IP-address information. From another machine on the wireless LAN, it is possible to ping the rest of the network in an attempt to find a victim and their IP address. Figure 6.6 shows a scan of a number of IP addresses while looking for a live host. Note that, the IP address of the Pocket PC, has been discovered.