Check you DNS settings – DNS Changer Virus Looms
On July 9, 2012, the FBI will cutoff access to the web from bogus DNS servers and infected users.
How to check for the DNS Changer virus
Double-checking for the malware only takes a minute. Here’s how to do it:
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has done much of the legwork for you by setting up an online screening system for your computer.
Visit the website www.dns-ok.ca/ and click on a link agreeing to run your computer through the DNSChanger malware checker. The page should refresh and show you either a green or red banner, with a message stating whether DNSChanger has been detected.
If it’s green, you’re in the clear. If the banner is red and a message confirms the virus has been detected, you can go to one of several websites set up to help inform the public about the virus and the related FBI operation for further instructions on how to remove it: