Computer virus infects Arizona school district's computers

09/22/2009 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

Arizona's Tucson school district is using temporary restrictions to prevent a repeat of the Conficker virus infecting computers. The virus affected desktop computers and servers throughout the district. Students and staff have been asked to not use flash drives and to not link personal computers to the district's network. Social-networking Web sites or sites that stream audio or video have also been disabled.

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