DNSChanger Trojan on Mac OS X Slows Down Web Browsing
According to news reports published on September 25, 2008 by MacFixit, several users of Mac OS X are experiencing exceptionally slow Web browsing, particularly when compared with computers using different browsers. They seem to running at their normal speeds, while using the common network.
Users also complained that connecting to a Website took an unusually long time. Sometimes they couldn't even access a Website. Users tried to repair the problem but nothing worked.
Security specialists state that this problem is referred to as a DNS issue, and for some end-users, it is the result of a Trojan horse malware bundle called 'DNSChanger' also known as 'OSX.RSPlug'. This Trojan changes the DNS configurations of the networ...
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