Obviously, I'll be googling more on dnschanger malware, but any particularly recommended readings that can help us dns and corp admins in identifying infected internal machine? Is there a published list of known proxies that we can search our connectivity logs for?
Here is the link to the FBI's site about this issue.https://forms.fbi.gov/check-to-see-if-your-computer-is-using-rogue-DNS
Well I am positive my routers are infected since i have checked over and over and reconfigured all the office routers several times and still get the error messages when pcs try to connect to them. How do i rectify this? HELP!!!!!!
I have the same questions, any one give me the answers?
dpeprah, may I suggest signing up with OpenDNS? They are great in protecting my network from DNS attacks. http://www.opendns.com/According dcw.org -- If you think you have been affected by this malware, you do need to fix your computer. The malware tool kits used that change your computer’s DNS settings are very pervasive. Initially, the only way researchers could ensure that a machine was fixed was to reformat the hard drive and reinstall the operating system from scratch.I hope this isn't necessary in your case. http://www.dcwg.org/fix/
OpenDNS is itself arguably an attack -- they document that they redirect all Google traffic to themselves. They also block a host of morally-objectionable sites by default, etc.
Geoffrey, that depends on how YOU set-it-up.I use Open DNS and I don't have it block anything morally-objectionable.
The sites to which I am referred to check for DNSChanger indicate that I am "probably" or "most probably" not affected.I really don't find this very reassuring, but feel incapable of obtaining any greater assurance, so I'm bugging off.
Yes, thanks for this useful information!
DNS Google , Here is the link to the FBI's site about this issue.https://forms.fbi.gov/check-to-see-if-your-computer-is-using-rogue-DNS
where i can edit my dns code on my ipad?
Thanks for posting this! I like that my internet service provider will notify me of big things like this. Having an internet service provider that looks out for me is something I really appreciate.
Does this affect the internet speed? I'm worried that there is something wrong with the network cabling. I've tried resetting my router several times and changing the password regularly but it's not the same anymore. What do I do?
We came across a few possible infected routers while setting up remote viewing online. What are the symptoms?
I think it was very responsible, and buils possitive company image. Great initiative, and thans of course :)RegadrsMG
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