DNSChanger Malware Reportedly Set To Knock Thousands Off Internet On Monday

Saturday, July 07, 2012 17:04
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DNSChanger Malware Reportedly Set To Knock Thousands Off Internet On Monday

Tags: privacy; security

Thousands of PCs worldwide may be unable to access the Internet beginning July 9 unless those machines are rid of the pernicious DNSChanger malware that first surfaced in 2007. The Federal Bureau of Investigation helped shut down the criminal ring responsible for DNSChanger in late 2011. The federal agency then briefly handled the Internet Domain Name System routing for all infected Mac and Windows systems.

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BrianEdelman
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BrianEdelman , July 09, 2012

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