Internet malware blackout Monday: check to see if your computer is infected

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The FBI's DNS Changer Working Group, http://www.dcwg.org, can detect the malware and explain how to fix infected machines. “Everyone should check to see if their computer is infected,” said Katherine Hutt, spokesperson for the Council of Better

A potentially crippling piece of computer malware could block your access to the internet on Monday July 9. Quite often the virus warnings that pop up.

Thanks to the Emerging Threats community, we have updated and maintained signatures for DNS Changer. These signatures would be critical to an organization to spot and remediate violated machines in their network.

A potentially crippling piece of computer malware could block your access to the internet on Monday July 9. Quite often the virus warnings that pop up.

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Internet malware blackout Monday: check to see if your computer is infected

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