Well undoubtly making big news today. Here is a story posted by Fox News and starting to hit other news outlets. Not sure who was the first to break, but I don't really care. Some people may have been infected by this, easy way to check and make sure by a link provided in the story. Doesn't scan your computer or download anything. Just reads your IP address to make sure it is going to the correct place.
Anyways, it was sent by the local university hospital here for their students to make sure that they weren't infected to keep records of employees and students confidential.
On a side note, if infected your internet could possibly shut down in July when the clean servers are shut down. I usually don't bite on a lot of this stuff but after reading and a simple check, I thought it would be beneficial just to make sure. Not a computer engineer by any means, if you are and think this is BS please say so, I will not be offended. Just kind of caught me off guard that the IT departments of a big university hospital would send this out without any credibility.
If it happens and you are shut down, could mean no B&B starting in July.
Edit: Saw it was also reported by USA Today among other computer sites.
Here is the link to the news report. http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2012/...ernet-in-july/