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Many PCs still not patched against Conficker vulnerability

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Conficker headline competition – we have a winner!

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Conficker-C: A technical analysis

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So, who did hype up Conficker?

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What’s the best Conficker news headline you’ve seen?

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Conficker’s impact on Google Search

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Video: Conficker and April 1st – what’s all the fuss about?

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Hype, April fool’s day, and the Conficker worm

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Conficker: Why I can’t tell you what it will do on April 1st

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Microsoft offers $250,000 for the head of Conficker’s author

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System administrators point the finger at each other over Conficker virus outbreak

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Quick poll: Conficker worm – who is to blame?

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Passwords used by the Conficker worm

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How to stop the Conficker worm on an unpatched PC

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Conficker worm exploits Microsoft MS08-067 vulnerability

Back in October I warned you about a critical security vulnerability found in some versions of Microsoft Windows.

Known as as MS08-067, Sophos published information about this serious vulnerability and warned of the potential for worms to be written which would exploit the security hole.

Yesterday, we began to receive reports of a new piece of malware (W32/Confick-A, also known as Conficker) that attempts to spread by exploiting this vulnerability.