People, who still not have checked their systems against the malware threats, could lose their internet services on Monday, warnings claim.
Reports are confirming that despite repeated alerts from the concerned department, there are still tens of thousands of users, who have not checked their systems against all such threats. It is a final warning for all those users to get a quick check of their computers for malware that are suspected to have causing the trouble in their machines since more than a year. Ignoring the warnings can lose them their Internet service on Monday.
The warnings about this Internet problem have been announced on popular networking sites like Facebook and Google as well to make maximum number of people around the world aware of the issue.
In context to the same, Internet service providers have also been sent notices, whereas FBI has set up a special website to serve the people with all the information regarding the crucial issue.
Reports from FBI have confirmed that more than 277,000 computers are infected from the virus around the world, the number which stood at about 360,000 in the month of April. Approx 64,000 systems are still-infected and FBI suspects that most of them are from the United States.
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