Is your computer facing the wrath of the internet doomsday this morning? If you haven't checked your computer for the DNS Changer Malware prior to 12.01a.m. ET July 9, then it is likely that the internet has been cut off from your computer. PC users around the world have been warned to check their computers to see if it had been infected by the malware. One of the sites users were led to, www.dns-ok.us, automatically checked whether your computer was safe by showing either a green or red scr...
You might still be at risk to lose your Internet service on from the computer virus on July 9. As a precaution, for those using Windows OS can check whether your computer is clean from the DNS Changer malware by logging onto FBI's site, going to the McAfee site, or visiting www.dns-ok.us. When you visit dns-ok.us, the page will show either a green or red screen.
On Monday July 9, the FBI is taking down a backup safety net to protect them from a computer virus and more 250,000 people may be affected by this. The back-up system is being shut down as of 12:01 a.m. ET on Monday.
Internet users must be prepared for the computer virus which will affect thousands of users on Monday. The DNS Changer Malware will affect computers running the Windows OS next week. Apple users need not fear this virus. To check whether your computer will be free from the affect of the malware, make sure you go to www.dns-ok.us/. This web page is actually becoming a hot internet trend right now as millions log on to check if their computer is clean.