In case you've forgotten, computers infected with the DNSChanger virus will lose Internet access on Monday. The virus once redirected computers to fake DNS servers, but the system was shut down by the FBI. A new server safely redirected Internet traffic temporarily, but it is scheduled to be taken down next week.
To check to see if your computer is infected and to learn how to fix the problem, visit the DNS Changer Check-Up site or the FBI's site.
UPDATE: Ars Technica estimates that 300,000 computers may still be infected with the virus.
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