Clean Up DNSChanger Before Monday or Risk Losing Internet Access
At the time, a small note in the announcement indicated that those temporary servers would be taken offline on July 9, 2012 and that any systems still affected by DNSChanger may lose Internet connectivity. If you’re keeping track, that date is this Monday.
The good news is that the DNSChanger Working Group (DCWG) is on it and has a fix for you. You can head on over to their website for some practical instructions on how to go about checking for and ameliorating any DNSChanger infection, including links to several tools that can remove the malware from the likes of Kaspersky Labs, McAfee, SurfRight, Microsoft, Norton, Trend Micro, MacScan, and Avira. There is also a site called DNS Changer Check-Up where you can run a quick check as well.
So pick your favorite security software maker from the above list and get cleaning. You have less than four days to do it.