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If your computer is infected with the DNSChanger virus, your summertime Internet activities will be seriously curtailed -- as in buh-bye. But a special Web site can help you fix the problem.
Courts order the malicious (but tamed) DNSChanger network to continue functioning until the malware infection is better controlled.
The effort to clean up the DNSChanger malware attack is seeing renewed focus as the rogue DNS server shutdown deadline approaches on July 9.
Google is spreading information about the DNSChanger malware, but for some the warnings may persist even after removing the malware.
The FBI will be closing the DNSChanger network on Monday, after which thousands worldwide are expected to no longer be able to access the Internet.