Saturday, March 3, 2012

DNSChanger Malware- Afraid you’ll lose Internet access on March 8th?

Over 450,000 computers - including half of the Fortune 500 companies and over 50% of government entities – are still infected with the DNSChanger malware.

On March 8th, any machine still infected with the malware will be unable to get on the Web, send emails, or do anything else online

If you believe you have been victimized in this case, please type your DNS information into the search box below.
check here :- https://forms.fbi.gov/check-to-see-if-your-computer-is-using-rogue-DNS

Luckily, Whats Up Gold can help!
Flow Monitor will detect if any devices are still infected on your network. You can build a group containing the IP addresses listed below, and then add an alert for DNS traffic to this group. If you are infected with the DNSChanger, you can then run a report for all infected devices.
Potentially Rogue DNS Servers 
–85.255.112.0 – 85.255.127.255
–67.210.0.0 – 67.210.15.255
–93.188.160.0 – 93.188.167.255
–77.67.83.0 – 77.67.83.255
–213.109.64.0 – 213.109.79.255
–64.28.176.0 – 64.28.191.255

Take action before it’s too late – Find out if any of your devices are infected with your free 30-day trial of WhatsUp Gold!

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