By Sumner Lemon, IDG News Service

An expected activation of the Conficker.c worm at midnight today passed without incident [computerworld.com], despite sensationalized fears [cbsnews.com] that the Internet itself might be affected, but security researchers said users aren’t out of the woods yet.

While infected computers have started reaching out to command servers as expected, nothing untoward has happened. Read the full story [computerworld.com].  CNet’s Elinor Mills is also tracking [zdnet.com] Conficker’s April 1st activation closely.

 

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