We received a random computer into our shop that had connectivity issues and no malware or virus but it had DNS servers of 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199. It normally resides on a "boring home network" with AT&T UVerse with a user that would not know how to change them. Thoughts on this?
Set them back to dynamic. Also run a Malwarebytes scan to ensure no infections are on the machine.
Those DNS Addresses are commonly used for browser/internet traffic hijacking:
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