Visual indication of Conficker worm infections

Do you know that Conficker worm infections can be detected and identified visually?

Visual indication of Conficker worm infections

Conficker worms (malicious malware) have a few different names. Some online security experts named them DownUP, DownAdUP and Kido but they all have the same nasty function, to wreak havoc on infected computers running Windows and give Microsoft plenty of bad headaches. If you are using Windows, you have every reason to be concerned!

Now, the task of detecting and identifying Conficker worm infections can be done, believe it or not, visually! There is a smart chart out there known as the Conficker Eye Chart that computer users can use to determine whether or not their computers have been infected with malicious Conficker computer worms. Try it!


Even though I have my own internet security software installed on my computers, I always make sure that I take a quick Conficker Eye Chart test at least once a day. Better safe than sorry! :)
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