swa66 - 5:33 pm on Jul 7, 2012 (gmt 0)
To test if you're using the DNS settings from the malware (and hence will not be able to resolve domainnnames come next Monday, surf here:
[US centric, other similar ones exist too]
This has hit the press many times before, if you do not live in a cave -without Internet- you've heard of this many times already.
In addition, ISPs around the globe have been warning affected users for many months.
As far as I'm concerned: Good riddance if they still have not cleaned up their malware. We should not tolerate their negligence. And cutting them off will be the only way to get those that remain infected to finally act.
Unfortunately some ISPs will continue to provide service to the infected by intercepting the DNS requests on their network and still answering them. A pity if you ask me as it means those customers will still not clean up their act.