I normally just read other people's post and don't start topics of my own but I thought this was worth putting out there since a quick search didn't pull anything up and I thought this may save some people a headache. I went to go on pinballlife.com and I didn't type enough L's in the web address and caught a fairly critical virus on my computer. I typed pinballife instead of pinballlife. The virus I caught was Rogue:JS/Fakecall.D. It's a virus that brings up a webpage that instructs you that you have a virus and the only way to get rid of it is to call the number on the screen where a person sits on the other end of the line and tries to convince you that you have to give them control of your computer in order to fix it and at that point they wreak havoc in your computer stealing information if you fall for it. The page that comes up looks like its from Microsoft but it's not. It got passed Microsoft Security Essentials so I got another Malware program to get rid of it. Maybe if you have better Antivirus than Security Essential it would catch it. I got it all straight now but thought this post might prevent others from doing what I did by accident. If this is not in the right forum then mods feel free to move it.