Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by ronjor, Apr 20, 2012.
Click link. Should tell you.
Looks like im fine . . . ?
Thanks. I got the green indication as well.
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Thanks Ron, green here also.
LOL. Guess my VPN DNS isn't leaking. I got the following message:
"DNS Resolution = GREEN
Your computer appears to be looking up IP addresses correctly!
Had your computer been infected with DNS changer malware you would have seen a red background. Please note, however, that if your ISP is redirecting DNS traffic for its customers you would have reached this site even though you are infected. For additional information regarding the DNS changer malware, please visit the FBI's website at:
I got a green light.Thanks
Good to go here. Thanks Ron!
This ESET Blog gives also an European site where you can check it: http://dns-changer.eu/
More on EstDomains
Green here as well, thanks Ron & Hungry Man
That link gave me an 102 error (net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED)
No problem with the link here gerardwil
I would hazard a guess that the vast majority of Wilders members are able to report back that their systems returned green results.
The real service to be performed is to get that applicable DNS Changer Check-Up link in front of as many non-techie friends as possible, and have them report back what their results are.
greener than grass!
Green for me
It is working now for me as well
Bring it on.
ESET has recently released http://kb.eset.com/esetkb/index?page=content&id=SOLN2998
I think that my computer is infected with DNS Changer, what should I do?
Kaspersky Lab's TDSSKiller detects and removes DNSChanger, as does HitmanPro, along with other tools.
See here siljaline
Thanks for the reference, stapp
Many ISP's are now actively offering online assistance.
I got green from the Canadian checkup site.
BUT siljaline are you posting you were hit with this yourself? I must be confused again