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Problem with DNS

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#1 tthoma


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Posted 04 July 2014 - 07:17 AM

I have a problem with one PC which I cleaned with avira, kaspersky, norman and combmofix but found nothing. My problem is that althouth the dns settings are ok pointing to the domain server and google dns when trying to resolve an internal pc or server it resolves it on ip 208.73.211.xx. I formatted the PC and worked fine for 1 day but them started the same problem.


What do you think the problem may be






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#2 czarboom


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Posted 09 July 2014 - 02:41 AM

have you performed a Whois search of the DNS IP to see who owns it?

ISP could have changed the DNS server in the second or primary position.


Also, have you performed a DNS flush and reconnected to see if its resolved and the new DNS is the right DNS?


Also, did your provider just go to IPv6?  That can do it


Lastly if your still having issues please go to the "Am I infected" Forum, and let the people there take a hard look at this PC, assuming its just this one could be something

"Never Stop Asking Questions, Question Your Environment, Question Your Government, above all Question Yourself.  We all lose when you Stop asking Why?

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