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Please Share this howto to check their own Security. Please suggest Everybody to check.
As in the world, Today is the risk date for every internet users as media is saying all over that computers which is affected with DNSChanger Malware will not able to connect to Internet.
In This how to i am mentioning website which you can follow and check that your system/computer is affected to this virus or not.
To Perform checking you can visit following website.
Just visit following website and aggree to Terms and Conditions.
1. After Agree to Terms and Conditions, If GREEN Screen displays then you are at No Risk and Your system/Computer is not affected with DNSChanger Malware.
2. After Agree to Terms and Conditions, If RED Screen displays then you are at No Risk and Your system/Computer is affected with DNSChanger Malware.
You can check for DNSChanger Malware at this website :- http://www.dns-ok.ca
Visit above Mentioned website and Agree to Terms and Conditions.
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I read one Nice Article form www.enterprisenetworkingplanet.com about Securing Mozilla Firefox.
To minimize the risk of succumbing to a web-borne attack then, it’s essential that laptop users use the Web as safely as possible, and the first thing to decide upon is a browser. The two most popular choices are Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, and there’s some debate about which one is more secure. It’s certainly true that Explorer is used by far more people than Firefox (due to it’s being part of the Windows operating system) so one could argue that, all things being equal, choosing the minority browser is the sensible choice because it offers a smaller (and thus less tempting) pool of potential victims to malware writers.
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