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Check to See if Your Computer is Using Rogue DNS

UNITED STATES v. VLADIMIR TSASTSIN, ET AL.

The FBI is seeking information from individuals, corporate entities, and Internet Services Providers who believe that they have been victimized by malicious software (“malware”) related to the defendants. This malware modifies a computer’s Domain Name Service (DNS) settings and thereby directs the computers to receive potentially improper results from rogue DNS servers hosted by the defendants.

If you believe you have been victimized in this case, please type your DNS information into the search box below.

Information on how to determine your DNS settings, along with other technical details about DNSChanger, can be found at www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2011/november/malware_110911/dns-changer-malware.pdf.

 

 

You can also test to see if you are affected by visiting the following DNSChanger Check-Up sites below. If this Check-Up site indicates that you are affected by DNSChanger, then visit http://www.dcwg.org/cleanup.html for information on how to address this problem.

URL

Language

Maintainer

http://www.dns-ok.us/

English

DNS Changer Working Group (DCWG)

http://www.dns-ok.de/

German

Bundeskriminalamt (BKA)
Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI)

http://www.dns-ok.fi/

Finish

CERT-Fi

http://www.dns-ok.ax/

Swedish

CERT-Fi

http://www.dns-ok.be/

Dutch/French

CERT.be

http://www.dns-ok.fr/

French

CERT-LEXSI

http://www.dns-ok.ca/

English/French

CIRA and CCIRC

http://www.dns-ok.lu/

English

CIRCL

http://dns-ok.nl/ Dutch/English SIDN