IBM is the second company in two days to suggest that the number of computers infected by the Conficker.C worm may be higher than previously thought. After scanning 2 million computers over the past 24 hours, IBM’s Internet Security Systems (ISS) division said that it had spotted the worm on 4 percent of the IP addresses it monitored.
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