July 7, 2012
Today The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) will pull the plug on the Domain Name System (DNS) because of DNS Changer malware that has been used as a safety net for servers infected by a virus that redirects users to a bogus DNS server.
On July 9th, internet users will be able to access the internet if your computer is not infected.
When you go to this website to have your computer checked for DNSChanger, you are essentially giving the FBI the ok to allow your ISP and computer to be surveilled.
If you use Firefox or Microsoft Internet Explorer, you are fine. However, users of Google Chrome and Apple’s Safari may experience a problem being validated.
The FBI claims that they have been “propping up the internet” for last few months in an effort combat the DNSChanger virus, however they can no longer do so effectively. In this admission, the FBI is saying that the internet is essentially being syphoned through the FBI; this includes all user activity on the internet. All of our digital communications are going through the US government’s databases and being monitored under the guise of searching for the elusive DNSChanger malware.
The DNSChanger malware, according to the FBI, has been around since 2007. This software installs itself on your computer and redirects all internet traffic to a supposed hacker server. Luckily, the US government has rounded up these hackers and now they are “getting the word out” about this malware.
The hacktivist movement has spawned new off-shoots of the main groups Anonymous and LuzSec, named “LuzSec Reborn”, “MalSec”, and “SpexSec”. These groups are using the same techniques as Anonymous, with new names. The nature of these groups is to wreak havoc, break apart, and come together under a different name to begin the process over again.
LuzSec has been linked to Anonymous, which has members of the CIA working in and with the hacktivist group in an attempt by the US government to create a false flag threat that justifies the Obama administration’s restriction of American freedoms on the internet.
The FBI estimated that as of July 4th of this year, 274,000 people worldwide are still infected. Of those computers, 45,000 are located in the US. If the FBI is successful on shutting down people from the internet, the social networks should see a significant drop in log-ins.
The issue of hacktivists and their threat to the internet, national security and digital information flow is a ruse designed to fool the American public into thinking that on the other side of their computer screen lurks a Boogeyman ready to pounce.
In reality it is the US government and their false flags that we should all be vigilantly aware of so that we can recognize when Big Brother is trying to usurp our digital rights.