Are you a computer geek and are you using the Google DNS record 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124? Well I have some bad news, last week the Google DNS record 126.96.36.199 had been hijacked by malicious internet users. The attack was targeted at Brazilian and Venezuelan internet users, each day the Google DNS server handles around 150 billion queries a day, and during the 22 minutes that the Google DNS was hijacked, all the users were redirected to the British multinational telecommunications services company in Venezuela and Brazil.
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