Well, right now i dont have all too much protection on my computer. Didn't think i'd really need it nor do i now. Yesterday, i for some odd stupid reason decided to let my cousin use the computer, and forgot to turn on returnil. I come back to to a horror movie. My desktop was hijacked, the desktop tab was removed random annoying stupid pop ups flooded my screen. Well, it wasn't much of a big deal, since i deal with this all the time, except this time it seemed the creator was a tad bit smarter. I scanned with MalwareBytes, found a few threats, cleaned them and restarted. Upon restart, same deal. Malware Bytes didn't help all too much (possibly new malware) Decided to load hijack this for a quick easy clean, but there was nothing wrong with in the outcome. Now my last resort was NOD32. The second i loaded it up, i got a pop up alerting me to some weird actions. Anyway, using the heuristics on it, i was able to find 8 infections, most of which where Trojans, and ended up with a clean pc and fixed the desktop tab as well. Now...my question to all of you is are the malware developers much quicker or possibly faster then the anti malware developers? As i said before, both Malware bytes and hijack this failed to locate anything. Im assuming it was all heuristics...so what do you think?