TechWorld reports that Samsung Telecom’s website was hijacked for use in malware distribution. Samsung doesn’t seem to be on the quality control track nowadays, as one of their new phones is purportedly pretty easy to break too. According to Websense, Samsung didn’t seem in much of a rush to fix their website:
How long the malware has been sitting on the servers is not known, though Websense feels it was probably “some time.”
They are rushing into the phone problem though – as in threatening lawsuit against the person who outed it.