The Dutch government says that the majority of internet service providers (ISPs) have complied and relevant IP addresses and domains have been rendered inaccessible. The ISPs also have followed up on notice and takedown requests sent out by the Dutch National Cyber Security Center.
At least 30 (government and non-government) organizations have been affected by Dorifel contaminations. It is believed that at least 3,500 PCs and/or servers have been contaminated in The Netherlands.
Dutch language memo of the Minister of Justice of The Netherlands:
Dutch language news article:
In Fight Against Dorifel, The Dutch Government Follows In Footsteps Of Entertainment Industry: Ordered IP Blocking At First And Has Now Seized Domain Names Too