Are your DNS Settings Safe?

Did you write down your DNS Settings?

If you followed these instructions, you should have written down your current DNS settings.

Are you safe?

If your computers’ DNS settings use the follow ranges, then you likely have been affected by the DNS Changer viruses.

Starting IPEnding IPCIDR
85.255.112.085.255.127.25585.255.112.0/20
67.210.0.067.210.15.25567.210.0.0/20
93.188.160.093.188.167.25593.188.160.0/21
77.67.83.077.67.83.25577.67.83.0/24
213.109.64.0213.109.79.255213.109.64.0/20
64.28.176.064.28.191.25564.28.176.0/20

If you’re not sure how to read these numbers, you can use a handy form on the FBI information page, to see if your computer is affected.

NOTE: If you are using a home wifi network, it might be that your computer is ok, but your home router is infected, and has passed on the bad DNS settings to your desktop or laptop. Be sure to check the “Home Routers” instructions link to see if that’s the case.

 

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