Conficker is still alive and well and infecting Windows PCs

The Conficker worm seems to be the digital version of the old B movie monster who refuses to die. Even though it’s been around for over two years and a patch for the vulnerability has been available for a long time, Microsoft’s latest Security Intelligence Report found, based on data gathered from more than 600 million Windows systems and discussions with enterprise customers, that Conficker is still a big problem for many businesses. Unfortunately, many systems have remained unpatched and the use of weak passwords leaves users open to infection. Read more here:

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