The Australian government has a message for citizens whose computers are infected by DNSChanger trojans that redirect their victims to rogue websites: Clean your machine or lose your connection to the Internet. The Australian Communications and Media Authority has given the roughly 10,000 Internet users affected by the malware until July 9 to act before Australian Internet service providers will be able to turn off the temporary DNS servers they've been using to get online.

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