Shadowserver Data Reveals Top Conficker Victims

ISPs in Russia and Ukraine are home to some of the highest concentrations of customers whose machines are infected with the Conficker worm, shows data from the Shadowserver Foundation. Read the full article. [Washington Post]

ISPs in Russia and Ukraine are home to some of the highest concentrations of customers whose machines are infected with the Conficker worm, shows data from the Shadowserver Foundation. Read the full article. [Washington Post]

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