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DNS Changer: Cyber Criminals, Internet Access And The FBI

Last November, the FBI created a web "safety net" to protect computer users from a virus created by a recently-busted Estonian gang of cyber criminals. The law authorizing that safety net expired on July 9, so anyone with an infected computer might have trouble getting on the Internet. We explore what the FBI did then and what you can do now if you're affected by the DNS Changer virus.

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