The Storm Has Passed
What once was arguably called a 4 Petaflop Supercomputer has now been reduced to a small squal.
Today, Enright said that Storm is about one-tenth of its former size. His most recent data counts 20,000 infected PCs available at any one time, out of a total network of about 160,000 computers. “The size of the network has been falling pretty rapidly and pretty consistently,” he said.
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