If your computer is infected w/ DNSChanger, no more web access on Mon July 9

If you’re one of thousands of people infected with the DNSChanger malware, get rid of it before Monday. On July 9, the FBI will be switching off servers it used to keep those infected with the malware on the Internet….read more

How to detect if your computer is infected with DNSChanger:

Manually check your computer’s DNS settings to known malicious Rove DNS settings:

  1. Click Windows Start button.
  2. Type “cmd” (without quotes) in the Run box.
  3. At the black DOS prompt, type “ipconfig /all” (without quotes).
  4. Look for “DNS Servers” line . Write down the one (or more) IP addresses.
  5. Are the within these ranges –; – 67.21015.255;
    77-67.83.0 – 77.67-83.255; –; –;
    213-109.64.0 –

How to Remove the Virus:

Also, the virus may have changed your router’s DNS settings. To check those, you’ll need to log in to your router’s administration page and look for the DNS settings.

Contact us for help in removing this virus from your computer.