FBI’s Link To Save Your Computer From Internet Killing Virus

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – Last November the FBI arrested several cyber criminals in a project called, “Operation Ghost Click”.  The suspects ran a company called “Rove Digital” and they distributed viruses to promote fake or dangerous products.  The viruses are known as DNS changing malware.

Every web search starts with DNS.  Infected computers will see an altered version of the internet served from data centers in Estonia, New York, and Chicago.  Under a court order a replacement DNS system is being operated for the computers in the ‘Rove Digital Network’.  This means there is some time to fix your computer before the replacement servers are shut down.

The FBI is working with a security team to help you test to see if your computer is infected.  The site runs a simple test to see if your computer is infected.  To run the test just click the link below.

Click here to see if your computer is infected:  http://www.dns-ok.us/

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