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Infected Computers to Lose Web Access When FBI Band-Aid Falls Off

April 24, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The safety net that federal authorities set up several months ago as a countermeasure to a massive malware scam will be shut down in July. When that happens, computers that are still infected with the malware, known as “DNSChanger,” may be completely unable to access the Internet. The FBI and other groups have set up tools to diagnose and mend affected computers.

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