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The FBI warned on this Monday that more than 300,000 Internet users worldwide could lose their Web Access starting in July following a multi-million-dollar scam.
But users can breath a sigh of relief as a solution is just a few clicks away at dcwg.org, a website the FBI created so people could check weather they have been infected with malware and remove any malicious software.
Six Estonians were arrested on changes of fraud in November after two year FBI sting. Operation Ghost Click, into the group’s picture of infecting computers around the world with their DNS Changer malware, which made the machines vulnerable to viruses.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation estimates that up to 568,000 computers were infected with the malware, which redirected users to fraudulent websites.
FBI spokesperson Jenny Shearer told that, “We replaced the bad service by a clean service so that people’s Internet access remained intact.
He further said that at least 300,000 people could still be affected.