I just had the weirdest thing going on with google.com showing up with a bunch of code in safari (XML errors in Firefox). Neither would load google.com, I thought that google had been hacked or something - but it seems that it was only happening on my mac...because I posted a message on twitter/facebook asking if others were seeing it and no one was. I also loaded it up fine on my iPhone connected to the same router.... Attached a screen shot of what the error looked like So I went to restart to see if that fixed it and I got a warning I have NEVER seen before: "Are you sure you want to restart? There is 1 user connected to your computer using filesharing" Now, I'm not sure if it meant "connected using filesharing" or "connected and USING filesharing (like, transferring files)" I did not see anyone in finder even connected to my network. There's one MacBookPro here that is currently closed. My network/router is WEP protected. I havent gone to any shady websites, downloaded anything unusual or clicked anything out of the ordinary (though things like that are usually PC probs anyway). As soon as I restarted, I went into my system preferences and turned off screen sharing and file sharing. Checked google as well and that's now loading up fine as opposed to the page I saw before restarting The only thing I could think of is that I definitely was using the macbookpro within the past few days, using screen sharing to this imac, transferring a few files, and the imac is always left on so it hasnt been restarted or turned off since I last did that - but i closed that out on the MBP - could that have had anything to do with that message - maybe it never disconnected properly? As I said, no one was showing up in my finder as being on my network or connected to me Has anyone ever ran into anything like this? Am I at risk? Was someone stealing my files or was it just the previous connection to the MBP? Any idea why google looked like that? I was just assuming the 2 things may be tied together, like maybe someone was on my machine and it was causing some sort of google.com error but it could just be a fluke google error, and that MBP connection from this week...I dont really have much on my computer that would be valuable to anyone else file-wise (i don't think) but I do enter passwords on websites...some are saved, most arent . Is there any log of files transferred using filesharing? Any way for me to look into this? I mean, besides the obvious precaution of going through and changing all my passwords (i dont really want to do that) does anyone know if this is something to worry about? Sorry for the lengthy post - just wanted to make sure I give all details. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks in advance.