I'm having problems similar to the google hijack reported by others, but it's seemingly even worse - lucky me. Started with an email (I think) from an address we thought we recognized, subject "My terrible experience". Deleted email immediately after opening it. McAfee reported finding/quarantine 2 trojans. Later that day, something called "Antivirus 2010" tried to download and install - I killed the connection immediately (Verizon broadband) and un-installed the program, and ran a McAfee scan. No issues found. Restarted connection, updated McAfee, no issues found. Then I noticed all my google searches were being hijacked. Then McAfee real-time scanning told me it was off, and when I tried to turn it on, it turned back off immediately. I went to McAfee's help website and tried to run the steps they said to do, but it didn't work. I constantly updated McAfee and ran scans, but the real-time scanner wouldn't stay on. Then my internet explorer started displaying "cannot display page" even though my broadband connection was good. I tried to run McAfee's Stinger, but it just hangs on explorer.exe. It also hangs in Safe Mode with Networking. So, based on a McAfee board suggestion, I came to Malwarebytes (on a different computer), and tried to run the 8-step process. TFC just hangs - I get the screen saver and nothing else, then after a couple of minutes, the McAfee popup comes up and tells me I have a problem (real time scanning off). So, I restarted with Task Mgr and tried again - now TFC won't load from the desktop, so I ran it from my USB drive, same results. Also tried to run it in Safe Mode with Networking, but no joy. Ideas?