A recent report by Internet security services firm Internet Identity shows that 12% of Fortune 500 computersystems are still infected with the DNSChanger Trojan, according tothe website KrebsonSecurity, as well as about with 4% of federalagencies. Systems that are still infected risk being disconnectedfrom the Internet on July 9, when security experts, who have seizedcontrol of the infrastructure hosting DNSChanger, face a courtorder to shut the infrastructure down.

See the full KrebsonSecurity story here.

See Internet Identity blog post.

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