| | Autorun.inf and WinMo6 phones
My question: are WinMo6 handsets susceptible to autorun.inf shenanigans?
Reason I ask is a Hong Kong cell phone accessories vendor just shipped me
a MiniSD card (for use in my Motorola Q9m) that turns out (once I stuck it
into the Q9m and looked at it with File Manager) to contain two files:
MP3.EXE (circa 90 Kbytes, dated 5/17/2005), and
autorun.inf (circa 58 bytes, dated 11/18/2011).
What autorun.inf aims for, of course, is: " open = mp3.exe ".
Looks awfully suspicious. Do WinMo6 phones like the Moto Q9m respond to
such autorun.inf directives? Will just navigating to that mem card
trigger that? How gunched might that Moto Q now be in consequence?
I did have the Moto Q powered off when I inserted the card; powered it
on again once the card was in and locked in. Changed ".inf" to ".txt"
so as to read the autorun file's contents. Have no way, currently, to
ship MP3.EXE off to VirusTotal, or the like, as I have no MiniSD card
reader other than the Q handset itself, at the moment.
Thanks for any useful advice/comments/suggestions. And cheers, -- tlvp
Avant de repondre, jeter la poubelle, SVP.