For 500,000 unsuspecting Internet users infected with the DNSChanger malware, the Web will cease to function on July 9.
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CNN Article Friday July 6, 2012?
Internet blackout for thousands coming Monday
If you?re one of an unlucky 350,000 Internet users out there, your Internet connection could black out on July 9. As the computers start coming thru the doors of pcrepairofct in the past week, we have noticed that the virus takes over your entire computer. You can not access anything. No icons No pictures No Music. Its a real mess.
In an effort to clean up the mess left behind by an ?Internet fraud ring,? the FBI is urging Internet users to check their computers for an infection by a DNSChanger, a DNS redirecting malware that infected over 4.2 million computers, and could still affect many.
In November 2011, in an FBI sting called ?Operation Ghost Click,? six Estonian nationals were arrested for running a sophisticated crime ring. Their malware, DNSChanger, netted them over $14 million in illicit revenue. The malware in question worked like this: When you click on a link to a website or type in its URL, your computer sends a request to a DNS server, which translates the URL into the appropriate IP address. The IP address is sent back to your browser, which can then find the website in question. The DNSChanger would hijack the requests of infected users and redirect the requests to their own DNS servers. Their DNS servers would then translate the URLs into an illegitimate IP address and trick the browser into displaying a different website. Essentially, trying to access YouTube could send you to a porn site or a FBI website asking for money to remove the virus.
If this happens to you, now is the time to reactIf you wait, your computer will not be able to use the internet. It will take a lot more work to remove the virus at that time.
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