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Australia Data Storage Security Hardware

Australian ALDIs Sell Conficker-Infected Hard Drives 75 75

mukimu writes "Supermarket ALDI has been selling malware-infected hard drives in Australian stores, prompting the country's Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) to issue a security alert to users on behalf of the government. ALDI has had to issue a recall on the products, which contained components of Conficker, and remove the product from its stores. AusCERT noted that the worm should be picked up by antivirus given it is extremely old and past its heyday when it infected Australian Banks and transport infrastructure."
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Australian ALDIs Sell Conficker-Infected Hard Drives

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