I downloaded from C Net a program to convert audio files. I did not do any virus or malware check of the file other than the scan that my Aviria Paid Version runs on all downloaded files. During the install I noted some text that said something like "installing Babylon tool bar". I stopped the install at once and deleted the file, shame on you C Net, you should be more careful of what files you serve the Babylon malware was allready installed and had hijacked my search page (Google) which is also my home page. I was able to remove the malware via the add/remove programs in my control panel. Windows Xp, sp updated by the way. I thought all was well until I mistyped a url and was redirected to a Babylon search page. I have noted that any mistyping of any url (craig list.com, or craiglist.com) redirects me right to the Babylon site. This sets Babylon cookies in my browser which I have to delete with the rest of my cookies to be sure I got them all. I can not find my host file as I thought I could edit that to fix the redirects. I have run a full scan with paid versions of Avira anti virus, Super Anti Spyware and the free version of MBAM and CC cleaner. They all come up clean. Suggestions? Thanks.