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Its about latest viruses on internet.

Internet Users all over the world are holding their breath amidst fear of the April Fool’s Virus spreading itself like wildfire. A variant of the Conficker Virus that went live on January last.

this program could delete all of your files on PC, use zombie PCs — those controlled by a master — to force shutdown websites or monitor a person’s keyboard strokes to collect sensitive personal information like bank account information or passwords! Other channels of infection could be USB drives, file sharing mode, computers without proper password management and those without latest security updates.

Industry experts all over the world like ICANN, Neustar, Microsoft, Afilias, Symantec, Verisign, CNNIC, Public Internet Registry, AOL, etc are pooling their heads together to ward off this mighty threat. The concerning fact is that the April Fool’s Virus, among its 15 million infected hosts, has been discovered in a number of government computer systems, which usually are monitored regularly for potential compromise. The Virus capitalizes on a vulnerability of Windows Operating System and so Microsoft has gone to the extent of announcing a reward of $250,000 to anyone who leads to the arrest of this virus creator. Microsoft has also created a patch to fix the vulnerability.

Some experts on the other hand, thinks it’s all funny and just a hoax aimed for once-in-a-year April Fool’s day. The best part is to exercise caution. Users should update their anti-virus softwares, keep Microsoft updates up-to-date, and change their passwords for higher strength.
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Anti virus software is worthless. It's always a week late. If it's lucky enough to find a virus, it doesn't know what to do with it. If you don't believe me, just look at the steady stream of Hijack This logs with viruses & AV programs running side by side.

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