First discovered in 2007, the Trojan known as DNSChanger (also called "RSPlug," "Puper," and "Jahlav") has infected millions of Windows PCs and Macs worldwide. Last year the FBI, in an operation called Ghost Click, arrested the Estonian crime ring responsible and seized the rogue network built to redirect users’ DNS settings to bad Web sites.
Case closed, right? Bad guys in the joint, $14 million malware enterprise stopped, time to shut down the offending hardware? Well, it’s not that simple.
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