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Remove the Conficker Worm, including Conficker.A and Conficker.B variants.
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Versions of the worm that went bust a year ago are still spreading and hiding on 6.5 million infected computers, security experts say.
Conficker's ties to a large spamming and password-stealing botnet give credence to the speculation that money, and possibly malicious Eastern European hackers, are behind the latest Internet worm infection.
In addition to dropping a mystery payload on infected machines, the Conficker worm installs software that tries to dupe people into paying nearly $50 for fake antivirus software.
The worm is updating itself on infected computers via peer-to-peer and is programmed to stop running on May 3, Trend Micro researchers say.
U.S. power grid may be vulnerable, while Conficker appears to be rising from the dead. Also: piracy's cost.
Just because Conficker has been quiet doesn't mean it won't act in the future, turning unsuspecting PCs into spam-sending drones or stealthily stealing passwords, experts say.
If you're struggling to beat back the Conflicker virus, this guide will help you cleanse your system and inoculate your computer against other Conflicker variants.
Experts say media hype of Conficker worm may have distracted people from the real but less sexy threat--the ongoing, everyday risks on the Internet.
We're well into April 1 across the world, and though researchers say the worm is awake on computers in Asia and elsewhere, it hasn't taken much action. We'll keep you updated here.
A Vietnamese security firm concludes that the Conficker worm has the same root as the Nimda, which the firm believes originated in China.