DNS Changer malware gains access to your router, changing the DNS (Domain Name System) settings so the hacker can access all your network information. DNS Changer malware can get into any device or router and then all the computer that share your network can be infected.
If you start getting unusual pop-ups or strange webpages start to appear, you could have the virus. The malware can change your Internet traffic to different websites, making it easy for the operator to control your Internet browsing.
Perhaps you might want to check to see if your computer has a virus by running a virus scan. There are numerous anti-virus softwares out there, get a good one and make sure you’re computer is up-to-date. You may even want to check out your DNS settings to see if they have been tampered with, if of course you are experiencing anything strange as listed above. Don’t hesitate to reach out to and IT professional if you need help.
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