Bluetooth has a range of 10m, so it's pretty unlilely to spread across borders that way.....
Unlikely? hmmmm maybe, but its happened before and they were quite suprised how quickly bluetooth viruses did spread between countrys (google brings alot of info if your curious)
Digital viruses know no borders, so why bring 'countries' into it? It makes no sense.
The only way a Bluetooth virus can spread is if the proposed victim waltzes around with their phone in 'discoverable mode', which equates to having locks on your doors at your house, but not using them - in other words, stupidity. Then the virus has to be sent to your phone within a 10m distance AND on top of that the user has to accept the virus, by basically saying 'yes' to a file they've never seen before. Arguably even more stupid... and perhaps equal to leaving a sign at the front of one's house to advertise the fact the front door is indeed unlocled.
So, in a nutshell, if someone gets a Bluetooth virus, it's down to user idiocy.
No need to Google this one...
Finally, have a look at the amount of Blutooth devices in use, from PC's to phones, cars, toothbrushes (yes!), video game controllers, cameras, speakers, mp3 players - literally BILLIONS of all manner of devices... the list is endless. When was the last time you heard of someone (with half a brain) cathing one?
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