I wish I had seen this thread back in May. Although I agree with everybody that says your iOS won't run the DNSChanger malware (or any other that we're aware of), but I doubt the warnings from Google were false.
I'm having the same problem.
If you are still having this problem please do the following:
Using the Settings app choose Wi-Fi.
Now click the blue ">" at the end of your chosen network.
In the "DHCP" tab tell us the following entries:
If you are using an Apple router and have the Airport Utility app installed on your iPad, click the button at the bottom of the network window "Manage this Network" to launch the utility.
Click on your Airport Base Station. In the window that opens click the blue "Edit" button.
Click on Internet Connection and tell us all the entries under:
IPv6 DNS Server
I have the same question. Yes I've jailbroken my iPad. First time I checked with dns-changer.eu it stated mine was manipulated, then I checked again it stated that mine is clean. Getting confused & curious, I checked again several times. Most of those stated mine is clean, but once manipulated again then clean while I rechecked around 1 minute later.
I've 2 laptops at home, 1 is fine & 1 is affected while the site stated that both of those are clean. The affected laptop gets limited access through wi fi. Connection is pretty normal using LAN but yahoo.com is still firewalled. I've scanned the affected use HitmanPro btw.
Please help, is there anything I can do or I just reset my ipad? Thanks a lot..
Per Terms of Service to which you agreed when you joined this
forum, discussion of jailbroken iPhones is prohibited.
Now you are experiencing one of the reasons why jailbreak is not
a good idea. Google may provide some assistance. Or you
could contact the developers of the jailbreak software - they do
support their product don't they?