DNSChanger malware - Don't be a Victim.
Oh Crap. Was logging in to run the Sunday Stat reports, and this is what I found from Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board:
The Canadian Cyber Incident Centre (IT security) has issued an alert for potential victims of DNSChanger malware, warning that they could lose internet access at midnight Monday, July 9th, so need to take important steps beforehand.
The following information is provided to assist with the detection and mitigation of the risks of this virus that can affect both PC and MAC systems.
PUBLIC SAFETY CANADA: Please visit the Public Safety Canada site for Assessment (background information), plus Suggested Actions(detection and recovery):
Detection: The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is hosting a web-based tool to detect whether Internet users are affected by associated DNSChanger malwaren and this tool can be found at:http://www.dns-ok.ca/
Recovery: If your computer is infected, please note and read the latest updates posted on Public Safety Canada's site before proceeding to recovery instructions, as new tools for MAC and PC are provided.
Tool for MAC OS: http://www.securemac.com/dnschanger-bulletin.php
Additional Tool for Windows OS:
For more information about DNSChanger: Visit the cyber security community website: http://www.dcwg.org
FBI public announcement: http://www.fbi.gov/DNS-malware.pdf
Having succumbed to the Chernobyl virus back in the day... I am off to check out the links.