HIGHLY POTENT NEWS THAT MIGHT CHANGE YOUR VIEWS

Thousands could lose internet access July 9 due to virus

Sympatico.ca News
July 4, 2012

CBC News

On July 9, the FBI is shutting down servers put in place following the end of “Operation Ghost Click”, an investigation into a ‘click fraud’ ring out of Estonia, and thousands of Canadians could be affected.

All computers that still use these servers will meet a virtual brick wall on July 9 and be unable to connect to the internet until their computers are cleared of the associated ‘DNSChanger’ virus.

The shutdown of the temporary DNS servers by U.S. authorities is the last stage in Operation Ghost Click, a two-year international investigation that officially ended in November 2011.

The FBI, in association with international law enforcement, managed to track and apprehend six Estonians using an ostensibly legitimate front company who had organized a sophisticated system of false DNS servers.

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