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Windows 7: Avast wifi inspecor, gives vulnerability alert, if i change google dns

22 May 2017   #11

Windows 10 Pro x64 x3, Ubuntu

Please check out this information on Bleeping Computer which is a specialist malware Organisation, It looks as though your DNS has been hijacked, this is usually achieved by malware loaded on your computer and is increasing as a method of extracting money from computer users I think I have been DNS hijacked - Am I infected? What do I do?

I will move this thread to our security section but you may want to create an account at BC and post your issues there - this should be the best way to clear this infection and protect you in future

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