DNS Changer Malware Disruption To Be Minimal

Posted: Jul 9 2012, 4:27am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 9 2012, 6:21am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
DNS Changer Malware Disruption to be Minimal
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Today the FBI is switching off DNS servers that replaced hacker run DNS servers from the DNS Changer Malware. If you still have the malware you will lose connection.

Today, July 9, the FBI will switch off servers that acted as a safety net for infected computers. A new report on the Wall Street Journal says that major ISPs do not see a major disruption today as most customers are supposed to have fixed the issue by now.

If you still want to be sure that your computer is clean visit the DCWG site to quickly check your DNS.

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