Virus may affect internet access
Mon, 09 Jul 2012 8:45a.m.
Hundreds of people in New Zealand could lose access to the internet this afternoon if their computers are infected with a global virus called DNSChanger.
Online access will be denied at exactly four o'clock, but Internet New Zealand says it's not too late for users to check and clean their machines.
Users can visit the website www.dns-ok.org.nz to see if their computer is infected.
Internet New Zealand says as many as 1000 New Zealand users may be affected, but websites such as Google and Facebook have been warning users they are infected.
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