How Open Is Your Pocket PC to Malicious Attacks?
Handhelds aren't as open to attack by hackers and crackers as regular PCs are, but there are ways that Pocket PCs can be attacked.
In the latest issue of Insecure Magazine, Seth Fogie explores this topic extensively.
This article discusses essentially all the ways that a Pocket PC can be attacked, from viruses and trojan horses to DoS attacks.
Fogie is a VP at Airscanner, a company that makes anti-virus software for Pocket PCs.
However, his article does not appear to be an attempt to spread FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) about the security risks of handhelds, and thereby help his company sell more anti-virus software.