Hi all, a security question: my girlfriend picked up two JS/blacoleref.dd trojans on her work computer while using it at home. They were detected in the temp internet files by her virusscanner (Forefront Endpoint protection I think). I immediately clicked the option to remove them. I do not know if they were detected 'real time' (realtime protection was on) or if a scheduled system scan found them. I therefore do not know how long they've been on her computer and if they have been active or not. Her companies ICT department took a quick look (no in-depth investigation) and concluded there was no problem as the trojans were detected by the virus scanner and the antivirus gave the system a 'protected' rating. I know that with careful internet behavior (which I'm doing) a Mac user is generally quite safe from external threats. My girlfriends computer has been on the same network as my MacBook (OSX 10.8) however through a modem/router with the option for 'devices on the network able to communicate' with eachother activated. I know nothing about vulnerability from the inside of a trusted home network however, and find myself still quite worried as the ICT guy didn't do any checks really (admittedly I'm somewhat paranoid in this department). Could my computers security be compromised (e.g. malware installation) and how could I check for that? I am using Mac OSX10.8 (with Norton internet security) and windows 7 on bootcamp. Many thanks for your help!