Thursday, December 1, 2011

Rootkit Report

There is a report arrier-iq-poison/1697

Summary: Millions of iPhones, Android and other smartphones have the Carrier IQ spyware rootkit in them. Here’s how to find it and try to zap it.

I find in General-About-Diagnostics & Usage, the default setting is Automatically Send.
It can be changed to Don't Send.

1 comment:

    Apple has weighed in on the Carrier IQ debacle. In a statement given to AllThingsD, the company said while it has used Carrier IQ’s network diagnostic software in the past, it recently stopped supporting it and plans to remove it from its mobile devices in a future software update. It also denied collecting any personal information though the software, which is disabled by default in its devices...