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...Thanks, petzl!

...Alternative to determine whether you are infected:

  1. Bring up a command prompt (on Windows 2000 and XP systems, click the "Run" button, then click the "Run" link, then type "cmd," then press Enter).
  2. Type "ipconfig / all" and press Enter.
  3. Look for lines that start with "DNS Servers." If you see an IP address in any of the following ranges, you are infected:
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If you find that you are infected, contact your ISP for assistance in disinfecting your computer. Those of you with Comcast, at least, should be in good shape, as they are reported to be on top of this problem; if you are infected you may already have been contacted by Comcast.

For more information, you may visit the Yahoo!News story at URL http://news.yahoo.com/malware-may-knock-th...0--finance.html.

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