We just got a letter in the post from Virgin Media stating that a "not-for-profit organisation" has detected conficker malware on our internet traffic.
Since there's only one machine running Windows in our household and at the time of said detection the machine was running Kali Linux, I'm curious who and how detected conficker in my traffic and if it's possible to get my hands on that captured traffic and have a look for myself.
There's no contact details on that letter, it just points me towards virginmedia.com/malware which is basically a landing page to sell some "Gadget Rescue" rubbish.
Do you mean a guest network on the home account or the Virgin Media hot spot? As I understand it the VM hotspot uses a separate network with a different WAN address and would not track back to the home account.
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