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+ - Disconnection of Millions of DNSChanger-Infected PCs Delayed->

Submitted by tsu doh nimh
tsu doh nimh (609154) writes "Millions of computers infected with the stealthy and tenacious DNSChanger Trojan may be spared a planned disconnection from the Internet early next month if a New York court approves a new request by the U.S. government. Meanwhile, six men accused of managing and profiting from the huge collection of hacked PCs are expected to soon be extradited from their native Estonia to face charges in the United States."
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Disconnection of Millions of DNSChanger-Infected PCs Delayed

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