These computer viruses are becoming smarter day by day. Many people don’t even know that their computer is infected with virus. The virus may just run in the background and start doing horrible things. In case if your computer is infected with DNSChanger virus, then your internet connection can stop working, and yes, 250,000 internet users will lose their internet connection on July 9.
This DNSChanger trojan was designed to redirect users unknowingly through rogue servers which are controlled by the cyber criminals. This means that if the infected computers click on a link from iTunes, they get redirected to fake website. If users are not aware of this, then they may unknowingly enter their credit card details in this fake website, which means that their personal information is now in the hands of cyber criminals.
Fortunately, here’s an online tool that can help you detect if your computer is infected with DNS Changer malware.
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Check/Scan for DNSChanger Malware
Enter DNS Changer Check-Up, an online tool that can show you the infection status of your computer immediately.
All you need to do is to just visit the site and it will detect the infection status. The green signal means that everything’s all right and you’re not infected. In case if you didn’t get this green signal, then you’ll get instructions on how to remove this virus.
If you would like to know about some other tools to help you do this, or want to check manually if your DNS server have been changed or not, then take a look at this page.
Make sure you use the online tool before 9th. It’s better to check it or else, you will not be able to connect to the Internet.