I'm currently renting a house with 3 other college students, and someone has a flashback trojan, but I'm not sure who it is and can't even figure out if I have it. It has caused several suspensions from our internet provider and I'm tired of different sites telling me yes and others telling me no. I've kept Java up to date and have it disabled, but when I go to Kaspersky's http://flashbackcheck.com/ it tells me I'm infected, yet no scans find anything. Is the site just bad and did I do a bad thing despite reviews and recommendations I've found saying it's ok, or is it possible that it's checking an old database and at one point my mac was infected (which is what it reads/sees) but since I've removed it but it's infected list hasn't changed? Second question, I'm not sure why but my IP address keeps changing, which leads me to believe I'm accidentally looking at my router's IP as we have 2 different routers here, but if I am I have no idea where my computer's IP address is. I'm curious because I'm trying to check the last suspension summary we received which gives the IP, port and asn of the botnet activity. Also should I be looking at the TCI/IP or DNS numbers. System preferences > Network is how I'm checking it, and depending on which of the 2 routers I'm connected to it show's something differently, none of which are what is shown on the suspension report though. Sorry if this is vague or poorly worded, any help on setting this straight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, and Happy 4th!