Update on March 12, 2012: To assist victims affected by the DNSChanger malicious software, the FBI obtained a court order authorizing the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) to deploy and maintain temporary clean DNS servers. This solution is temporary, providing additional time for victims to clean affected computers and restore their normal DNS settings. The clean DNS servers will be turned off on July 9, 2012, and computers still impacted by DNSChanger may lose Internet connectivity at that time.
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Facebook begins notifying DNSChanger victims
Summary: Facebook is beginning to notify DNSChanger victims using the world's most popular social network.
Following Google's recently launched initiative aiming to notify DNSChanger victims, Facebook is also following the example and is beginning to notify victims using the world's most popular social network.
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