Unfortunately, DNSCharger is still running on computers at half of the Fortune 500 companies, and at 27 out of 55 major government entities, reports cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs. These computers rely on the FBI-installed DNS servers to access the Web. But if the court order is not extended, the FBI will be legally required to remove the clean servers, which would cut off the Internet for users still infected with DNSCharger.
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