Go to the following website:
If you see a red background, your machine has been infected, and green signals good news, however, you could still be at risk.
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Top DNS Changer Infections by Country (So Far)
US = 69,517
IT = 26,494
IN = 21,302
UK = 19,589
DE = 18,427
FR = 10,454
CN = 10,304
Will YOU lose the internet on Monday? Here’s how to avoid malware meltdown
Tens of thousands of Americans whose computers are infected with malware will lose Internet service on Monday – but the meltdown is preventable by following a few simple steps.
The impending crash will affect those whose computers have been infected with the nasty ‘Alureon/DNS Changer bot’ when the FBI takes down the servers at 12.01 a.m. on Monday, July 9.
To avoid the meltdown, users need to determine if their computer is infected with DNS Changer. Antivirus software will not have offered protection, and Mac computers are also at risk.
Internet shutdown: Software called Alureon/DNS Changer attempts to change the website you visit – and those infected may get cut off on Monday
To check, users can visit www.dns-ok.us. If you see a red background, your machine has been infected, and while green signals good news, you could still be at risk.
You can also go to www.dcwg.org, run by the DNS Changer Working Group, a collection of experts the FBI recruited to help with the problem.