So MWEB might potentially be innocent and it's network hijacked as well? That would make a lot of people very very embarrassed for their raging on the forums....
But then again this article might be part of the conspiracy :wtf:
Its not really an infection and it won't be on your computer unless you have a port forward or a public IP on your PC.How do I know if I have been infected, apart from slow ADSL? Is there a way to check my computer and router are not infected?
No, no and no again.If very slow than use google DNS 126.96.36.199 & 188.8.131.52
This solved problem for me
link me for enlightenment ?No, no and no again.
Using Google DNS is a bad idea for South Africans - as been discussed a number of times before. Additionally - changing your DNS provider does no resolve this issue. This DNS amplification attack is due to firmware bugs on routers or misconfiguration of servers.
No he is right, using an international DNS server means a lot of content that could be served from local servers, faster than from international servers, are now served from international servers.link me for enlightenment ?