Updated 25 May, 2013, 6:56 pm IST
DNSChanger threat isn't over yet: security experts
| by Naina Khedekar |
In spite of the Federal Bureau of Investigation shutting down servers associated with the DNSChanger virus on July 9, about 210,000 unique IPs are still said to be infected. After the shutdown, it was reported that only a tiny fraction of users are still infected by the malware and some ISPs have established their own DNS backup servers for the stragglers. The current number of affected IPs is quite less compared to the initial four million infections, but security experts believe that DNSChanger still poses a threat.
DNSChanger threat far from over...(Image credit: Getty Images)
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