Some companies still haven’t removed DNSChanger malware

It’s not as if they haven’t had plenty of warning, but according to the FBI, there are still at least 60 Fortune 500 companies – along with a number of government agencies – that still haven’t cleaned the DNSChanger malware off their computers. If they don’t hurry up and do it soon, those systems will have a problem connecting to the Internet after July 9, when the temporary DNS servers that are serving as a workaround are shut down. About 70,000 IP addresses in the U.S. are believed to be infected, out of more than 300,000 worldwide. Find out more:

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