I want to add a few things as it is still not over: More and more enterprises are still hit. My last blog post showed you what you can do but I wanted to add two resources and a comment.
The comment first: There were some discussions about our Anti-Malware solution. We had protections in all our products (Forefront, OneCare, our Online Safety Scanner) since December 29th. Additionally MSRT (the Malicious Software Removal Tool) removes Conficker since yesterday.
A lot of infections we see at the moment are because of
Now to the two resources:
Our Malware Protection Center published a post on Conficker yesterday with an excellent picture of the infection vectors:
And the Microsoft Security Response Center posted as well.
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I just removed a comment wiht a script on how you can remove Conficker as I cannot (and do not want to) prove it.
If you need to remove Conficker, use the Malicious Software Removal Tool to be found on the Microsoft webpage