I'm getting pretty worried here. A few days ago after installing Photoshop CS3 on my iMac, I began to work on a file. I went to save the file and my system froze. A transparent gray image was overlaid across the screen instructing me to restart my computer. After resetting, I took a look to see if the file I was working on was saved, and by chance, I accidentally clicked on my root directory. What I saw there disturbed me quite a bit... There was a file there named "Ahmbed.gz". Through a series of ridiculous events, instead of throwing it away like I meant to do, I instead accidentally extracted it onto my desktop. There was just one file by the same name, Ahmbed, only with no extension. After getting over the initial panic, I searched on google a bit and I found that this file apparently had something to do with pirated Adobe software. I knew this had nothing to do with my Photoshop install since I am sure that I have the full retail version, but I digress. I ended up tossing the file into the trash can and sought out some sort of virus scanner. I decided on Clamxav since it seemed to come highly recommended across the board, including MacWorld and Apple itself. Today, after a successful scan, it appeared that the only viruses lying on my hard drive were some ancient .EXE's in my 2002 email archive from my Windows days. I was pretty relieved to see this and hoped the ordeal was over, but just moments ago, instead of visiting the link I had intended, I was redirected to a website called "waytotheprofit" dot com, informing me that I was about to enter a malicious website. I suppose in some circles, Digg.com could be considered malicious, but I highly doubt Firefox has gone and developed itself an opinion of my internet habits. I'm really at a loss here. If my computer was infected, it was by my own fault, but I'm hoping that if that's the case, there's still something I can do. Sorry for the novel-length post.