Sure, your PC might be clean of the DNSChanger malware…but did you know it might have messed with your router? Here's how to tell if DNSChanger is in your router - and how to fix it
For 350,000 unsuspecting Internet users infected with the DNSChanger malware, the Web will cease to function on July 9. Here's why, and how to check your PC before zero hour.
On March 8, the FBI may be forced to shut down DNS servers, originally installed to stop the spread of the DNSChanger virus, which would cut off Internet access to millions of Web users worldwide.
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With approximately 72 hours until the FBI's deadline, a couple hundred thousand people will wake up without Internet access next week if they don't take action now.
Computer security firm F-Secure was tracking about 250,000 malware signatures at the beginning of 2007: now, they're tracking about 500,000.
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