Thank you for this link. Routers and DSL modems can also be affected by this trojan.
It is possible for your computer to not be infected. Antivirus scans can show no infection on your computer, but since your antivirus cannot scan your routers or modems, these devices can be infected and you would not know until the cutoff date occurs.
As the link says, change your dns settings on your router/modem back to where they should be to fix.
Strong unique administrator name (you choose the name to replace the default name, 'admin') and a strong password for that account in your router or modem will ameliorate or prevent dns settings changes in these devices in the future. If you do change the administrator name and password, write it down.
Maybe this is why estimates of continued infection are still so high?