The computer virus that has crippled hundreds of millions of consumers has been dubbed “Bleeping Computer Monitor” and “Computer Virus” by news organizations.
But the virus that was discovered Thursday by researchers in the United States could be even worse, researchers say.
The report, by the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, found that as many as 6.7 million people were infected with the computer virus.
The virus has infected more than 100 million computers worldwide.
The first known cases of the virus were reported in May, and the latest reports show that more than 50 million computers were infected.
The researchers said the virus is similar to that that infected by the bacteria E. coli.
They did not say whether the virus had originated in China or other parts of Asia.
A new computer virus, the most dangerous to date, could be unleashed soonThe National Institutes on Wednesday issued a warning that the next computer virus is the most severe yet.
The next computer is coming.
It will be much more serious than any of the previous ones.
The threat will be immediate.
And we must prepare for it, the report said.
But even if the next virus is not the next E.coli, it will be more dangerous, the study found.
The U.N. Security Council on Wednesday unanimously voted unanimously to put the virus under the auspices of the United Nations.
The World Health Organization, the U,N.
and other organizations said the next major computer virus will be called E.galactosid.
The virus, or a variant of the E. Coli bacteria, has infected thousands of people in China, Japan, the United Kingdom, the Philippines, and other countries.