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   Users lose internet service, Web links on July 9
Net News - The Internet have sent notices to shut down on July 9th, Users from across world will lose their connections because of deadly virus on their computers.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warned users  and started campaign that if the users computers were attacked with "Alureon/DNS Changer bot" viruses.

The virus bot were moving personal information in an attempt from famous websites recently reported by a news paper.

But the server will be taken down on July 9, warnings have been sent to Facebook and Google also.

10,000 Americans may lose their connections from Monday unless they do not scan their computers for malware that could have taken over their machines more than a year ago.

Computers infected with virus are more than 277,000 worldwide, The FBI believes 64,000 are in US.

Last year when virus ran online advertising scam by International hackers more than 570,000 infected computers around the world all the victims would lose their internet service.

Google and Facebook prepared a warning message, the warning that sows when user computer infected Facebook users would get a message that says, "Your computer or network might be infected,". Google users

Google users got a similar message, message at the top of Google search page.

To check your computer whether infected : http://www.dcwg.org .

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Thu 05 Jul, 2012,10:49:31 PM
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