Here's how to check your computer for the DNS Changer Malware
"As many as 64,000 Americans' computers may still be affected by malware that will cause them to lose Internet service come Monday, so if you haven't already, make sure you aren't among them." -Sal Rodriguez, LA Times @sal19
Avoid Internet Doomsday: Check for DNSChanger Malware Now
The alternate DNS servers run by the Internet Systems Consortium on the behalf of the Justice Department will remain online until July. Nearly half a million computers are still infected, and it's time to find infected machines and get them cleaned up.
25% of Americans Were Victims of Security Breaches in Past Year
With this in mind, about 90% of Americans said they do not feel completely safe from hackers, viruses and malware on the Internet. Consumers feel far more secure on smartphones — in fact, about 63% said they believe their mobile devices are protected against hackers.
FBI to turn off safety net, Follow these steps starting with the green detect button in the upper left hand corner. This is a goverment web site that will tell you if your computer is one of the570,000 infected, also steps to repair. Mine was fine. If you have been reading the news reports you know that hundreds of thousands may lose the internet in July. This is a save site. Good Luck. Gina.
OMG!! The internet is down for 1 day - it's the end of the world! Idiots. Thousands of Canadians are without internet access today after the removal of several temporary DNS servers that were keeping malware-infected computers online. As CBC News reported last week, the DNSChanger trojan hit countless computers during a major hacking scam that the FBI took down in 2011.