I know this isn't an online security forum, but I was hoping that the Mac community could help me out on this one. Tonight I got an email from Facebook from somebody who supposedly wanted to be friends who was local. It seemed legit, but I was still leary. I went to the profile page and I was going to send the person a message prior to adding them. In retrospect I broke the golden rule to not click links in emails from unknown sources. I looked at the email headers and it looked pretty normal. Unfortunately things aren't normal. Shortly after visiting what I thought was the persons facebook page my wifi signal went out. I tried to reconnect and it would just time out. However, the network would still show up. Then it would ask for my router password but it would never work. I woke up my Mac mini from sleep and it also wouldn't connect. At this point I knew for sure there was an issue. I ran downstairs and disconnected power from the router. Clearly something got in and changed the password. I am writing from my iPhone on 3G. I changed the password on my appleid, credit card online banking site, Facebook account, and email. My plan in the morning is to do a hard reset on the router with the modem unplugged and change the wireless network name and wpa password. Here's the question. Is there any possibility that my MacBook air or mac mini could have been infected with something? I only accessed that fake link from the MacBook air. None of the other computers in the house were turned on tonight besides those two when all this happened. Both my air and mini are running lion. If the air has been compromised I can probably just do a refresh install of lion from the online recovery then restore via time machine backup from a couple days ago (it actually hasn't been online for about 2 days now so it's safe). Any thoughts or advice?