CNET reports that the widespread PC worm Conficker—which was scheduled to wreak havoc on April 1 but didn't do much at all—has updated via P2P and downloaded a large program (possibly a keylogger). So while it hasn't caused many problems yet, Conficker's not dead yet, and it's still looking to do some damage. Luckily it's never been easier to detect whether or not your computer is infected by Conficker, so if you haven't already, diagnose your computer; if you discover you are infected, here's how to protect your PC and remove Conficker. [CNET]
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