Figure 9.1: Trend Micro Mobile Security for Symbian in .NET

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Figure 9.1: Trend Micro Mobile Security for Symbian
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The Symantec Mobile Security for Symbian solution offers the following features:
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Protects smartphones that use the Symbian 60 or 80 platform, including selected models from Nokia, Panasonic, Samsung, and other leading manufacturers Detects and automatically removes viruses, worms, Trojan horses, and evolving malicious code Built-in firewall monitors all inbound and outbound LAN/WAN communications, blocking suspicious connection attempts Automatically turns on virus protection and closes vulnerable ports LiveUpdate Wireless, which lets you download software and protection updates AutoProtect, which runs continuously in the background, providing real-time protection by scanning for malicious code in SMS, EMS (Enhanced Message Service), MMS, HTTP, and e-mail files On-demand scans that allow you to check for viruses in individual files, file archives, and applications whenever you like User Alerts that let you know when a virus has been found, when new protection updates are available, and when the service is about to expire Easy installation that can be performed by synchronizing from your PC, or via a wireless download directly to your smartphone
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F-Secure s solution contains the following key features:
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Transparent, automatic, real-time protection against viruses, worms, and Trojans Automatic virus definition updates from F-Secure Data Security Lab to the smartphones over an HTTPS data connection, or incrementally with SMS updates Integrated firewall protection against network intrusions for smartphones with WLAN connectivity Centralized management for monitoring protection level and wireless antivirus service subscription status
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Part IV
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Automatic detection of data connections (e.g., GPRS, WLAN, UMTS) for updates Digitally signed virus-definition updates Automatic software updates of the client
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The various solutions have a lot of similarities. The key features to look for in any antimalware solution for a mobile cell phone are as follows:
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Support for the mobile phones used in your enterprise A centralized management and deployment tool Real-time scanning of files, regardless of how they are entering the device; for example, SMS/MMS, storage card, Web interface, and so forth Ability to run on-demand scans against defined files and folders Ability to auto-update the software and virus-definition files from any type of connection available, including the mobile technology on the phone or by synching with the desktop An integrated firewall
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I ve talked about how malware can affect cell phones. In the next section I ll discuss how cell phones can be attacked directly.
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The advent of Bluetooth technology has definitely had a positive impact on those that utilize cell phones. The simple act of using a wireless headset can make driving a car or sitting on a long conference call much easier and less stressful. While Bluetooth is useful, it s also an excellent means for cell phones to be attacked. Attacking a cell phone that utilizes Bluetooth involves the same steps as attacking a laptop computer:
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Finding the cell phone that s utilizing Bluetooth Identifying the device Utilizing a tool to attack the device Performing an exploit or command to obtain data, upload data, or change the device s configuration
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A plethora of free tools are available to perform these steps. In this section I ll go over them and show how they can be used.
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Discovering a Cell Phone via Bluetooth
The first step, of course, is to find a device that s utilizing Bluetooth. This can be done a number of different ways with a number of different tools. The first method is to find a device running Bluetooth that is in discoverable mode. Discoverable mode means that the device can be seen easily by any other device that s utilizing Bluetooth. Having a device always in discoverable mode certainly makes it easy for other devices to connect to that device, and the end user may see it as an advantage. From a security perspective, though, having a device be in discoverable mode constantly is a huge vulnerability. It is essentially advertising the device to the world. As you have learned from the previous chapters, stealth is a huge security advantage. Consequently, many newer Bluetooth-enabled phones come with Bluetooth disabled and with discoverable mode disabled. For example, Figure 9.2 shows the interface for a new Motorola Razr. By default, the Bluetooth interface was disabled and the device was not in discoverable mode. The end user has to specifically go in and click the Find Me menu option, at which time the device will become discoverable for only 60 seconds. This is a very nice security feature.