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Submission Conficker meltdown, ten days later...->

KingofGnG writes: "More than a week after the 1st of April, the day when the Internet stood still because according to the press the Conficker worm could have destroyed the net, the infrastructures, civilized mankind and the entire planet things are going more or less as usual: Internet remains a dangerous place but it hasn't exploded like a supernova, and bit are flowing quickly from a part to another one of the planet. The true novelty is that the botnet built up by one of the most complex malware ever finally shows what its true purpose is."
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Conficker meltdown, ten days later...

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