Very few users will experience a disruption of their Internetservice due to malware today, the Wall Street Journalreports. A hacking spree in 2007 left an estimated 64,000 computersinfected with malware. Although a nonprofit group has been runningclean servers that allow infected computers to run normally, thoseservers go offline today and Internet service providers are nowresponsible for helping users remove the malware from theircomputers.

Providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T say they have takensteps to help customers deal with the issue with limited servicedisruption.

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