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Trojan.dnschanger.....question


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Phenom79

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I have successfully removed this from thee infected pc.

Now I did notice that the infected pc was always being redirected to different websites. Nothing was ever typed in these "fake" websites.

I have read that this trojan had the ability to steal identities , passwords, credit cards .etc

So my question is - Is the only way the attackers could have gotten sensitive information is by actually typing in those "fake" websites?
I know I have fixed the problem, Im just wondering how much damage was done. I use paypal, bank accounts and other things. How worried should I be about identity theft and other terrible things?


My apologies if I put my question in the wrong area.

thanks.
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