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Mountain View plans to warn users visiting its services and web sites if their PC is infected. Soon the temporary servers will go down, and so the Internet connection will too.
Six people were arrested in Estonia on charges that they helped to infect 4 million computers worldwide with a malware program that redirected web surfers to sites where the people get money via ads.