The Internet is abuzz about the DNS Changer computer malware that is expected to leave some without Web access on Monday.
The nasty bug came to light last year when it was reported that international cyber criminals were taking control of computers.
The problem was so concerning that the FBI responded by running a computer intervention. (Click here to read more from the FBI on the DNS Changer malware.)
It is estimated that about 277,000 computers worldwide — 64,000 of them in the United States — may still be infected with the malware, and on July 9 the FBI is disabling its stopgap measure. So for some, there will be no Internet access after Monday.
To find out if your computer will be still be connected on Monday, visit FBI-approved www.dns-ok.us for a simple online test that will tell you if you're good to go.