A new proof-of-concept worm, EPOC_CABIR.A is capable of spreading through Bluetooth-enabled devices, and can affect certain mobile phone models from Nokia, Siemens, and Panasonic. EPOC_CABIR.A arrives as a series of messages, the first notifying the user there is a message to be received via Bluetooth, then states: "Application is untrusted and may have problems. Install only if you trust provider." The user is then asked to confirm installation. Once installed, the worm creates files in the default drive of the device, and creates files in the following directory: SYMBIANSECUREDATA\CARIBESECURITYMANAGER This worm targets series 60 v0.9, which is a common setting for basic applications. Affected models of phones include: Nokia 7650 Nokia 7610 Nokia 6620 Nokia 6600 Nokia 3650, 3600 Nokia 3660, 3620 Nokia N-Gage Panasonic X700 Siemens SX1 Sendo X EPOC_CABIR.A can be detected through Trend Micro virus pattern file 1.906.11.