This is in continuation with this post on FBI shutting down the stand-in DNS Servers on March 8, 2012 and its implications In short, the computers affected by the DNSChanger Trojan will not be able to connect to the internet after March 8 until the DNS Settings have been fixed. The DNS Checker tool discussed in the above blog post helps you primarily find whether your system is infected with the DNSChanger Trojan. You will have to fix your DNS Settings manually to be able to connect to the internet.
The FBI is on your back – beware! Stay safe with ME
Look who is chasing malware now. It’s the FBI of the United States. After busting all the bad guys in the world (sometimes even inside countries considered friendly to them) they are now on to a new hunt – the deadliest DNSChanger Trojan malware.
Security Minute – December Edition
In this month’s edition of Security Minute, researcher Derek Manky discusses how Buzus Trojan made a holiday appearance in the guise of a Hallmark E-card and how organized crime is diversifying their use of money mules.