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In the wake of a multi-million-dollar online scam, more than 300,000 computer users worldwide could find themselves without Web access this summer.
Luckily for them, it will only take a few clicks to clean things up.
The FBI announced that it's created a website where users can check whether they're infected with malware and remove it if they are. Check your computer here -- More: http://www.dcwg.org. The site was at times difficult to access on Monday, presumably due to heavy traffic.
Let us explain: In November, six Estonian nationals were arrested on charges of fraud after a two-year FBI probe called Operation Ghost Click.
They're accused of infecting computers worldwide with malware called DNS Changer, which opened up the computers to viruses. The alleged crooks used the access to direct users to their own servers and manipulate online advertising, racking up more than $14 million in illegal income, according to the FBI.
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