I'm here at majorgeeks, and logged in, but last time I tried to, I couldn't open the site. I had been refused! (FYI, I use W7.) At first, coming to this site, I encountered a "Contentteller" window (with no URL), that said: "The MySQL database of this Contentteller Content Management System installation has encountered the following problem: The MySQL database server is not reachable Please try it in a few minutes again. We apologize for any inconvenience." Trying again didn't work. And who is "WE"? Have you EVER heard of Contentteller? What should I do about my SQL to make it "reachable"? Next time I tried to get majorgeeks, I was flatly refused. I've done nothing to merit such treatment, but I don't think it is major geeks' fault. It might be the doing of an employee with "issues," though. After rebooting, there was no problem coming to this site. I was in the midst of a problem where something changed my RealTek network adapter to a Samsung. Which, of course, didn't work. Without question, it was malicious. It had to use administrative privileges to change the adapter in Device Manager. I still haven't solved it fully, though I can get around it, sometimes. That may account for that thing about SQL, but I don't see how. Does anyone know what the criteria are for a website to refuse to let someone connect with their URL? And anyone know HOW it's done? Has anyone experienced anything like these things? Is it possible it was anything but a hack, rather than malware?