Kasperky Labs claims to have seen the first iPod virus.
Minor detail, the firm quickly adds, is that it only works on iPods that users have equipped with Linux. That would be uClinux to be exact - it is one of the few (only?) Linux distros that supports CPUs without a memory management unit such as the Motorola DragonBall that powers the iPod.
The virus doesn't affect the iPod operating system. Which probably excludes about 99.9 per cent of all the iPods currently in use.
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