Hundreds of thousands of computers will not be simultaneously on 07/09/2012 internet access unless the owner perform tasks which remove a virus lurking in your computer the past few years, warns the Federal Bureau of Investigation U.S. (FBI) today 4.24.
The incident was dubbed the "doomsday internet" will occur when the FBI shut down a server system is the investigation of this agency set up in November last year, when they break a capital crime Estonia lines operating on a global internet advertising by dishonest tricks.
The virus, called DNS Changer will change the victim's browser from the website they want access to sites controlled by criminal groups. Revenue from advertising associated with the website that gives this group of about 14 million dollars in commissions.
The only effect of the virus may have noticed that internet service slowed down a bit and pop-up ads increase, while the anti-virus software is disabled.
However, if the investigators simply interrupt the host of criminals, any computer virus on the stick will not access internet.
Therefore, the FBI has created a "safety net" that allows the computer virus is attached internet access.
Safety nets instead of server crime by substitute host system and DNS settings page Checker Page online allows people to check and remove the said virus.
Thanks to these measures, the virus infected computer has decreased but 350,000 still on the infected machine, which has 85,000 machines in the U.S., according to FBI estimates.
Most computers owned by individuals, not corporations.
However, keeping this system has led FBI activities take a lot of funding and the agency is anxious to close them.