"In what appears to be a twist on the conventional wisdom that
Windows systems are more vulnerable to viruses than Linux systems,
some of TomTom's GPS navigation gadgets appear to have infected
Windows PCs with a 'low risk' virus.
"According to TomTom, an 'isolated number' of Go 910 devices
shipped last fall could infect Windows PCs when connected via USB,
for example when backing up data to a PC. The company suggests
fixing the problem by scanning the device's USB storage from a PC
equipped with updated virus-scanning software, including free
versions available from Symantec and Kaspersky..."
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