A DNS Changing virus affecting Windows XP, Windows Vista, Window 7 and Mac users can lead to losing internet service this July when authorities shut down temporary servers put in place to bypass the damage this malware was doing. Even though you may no longer experience the harm, you computer may still be infected. When the bypass is removed your DNS lookups would no longer work, effectively cutting you off from the net.
What to do now? If you’re like me you’ll want to cross check that this story itself is real and not a phishing expedition: Check out my links below and do your own research into the subject to assure yourself (a) that a real danger exists and (b) that the DCWG or DNS Changer Working Group is an authoritative and helpful resource.