Are you infected with the DNSChange trojan (or Zlob trojan)? If so, your internet surfing days may come to a screeching halt on July 9 2012.
The DNSChange trojan is a serious problem infecting computers. It reroutes computers to malware sites where the user doesn’t intend to visit. November 2011, FBI seized and shut down about 100 servers that were infecting millions of computers with the DNSChanger Trojan. It is such a serious problem that there is talk of disabling (blacking out) the internet for remaining infected computers on July 9. Google is attempting to identify and warn infected users when it detects a redirect, but not everyone will be helped in time.
This link (a PDF provided by the FBI) offers steps to see if you are infected. (Macs and routers are not exempt.) Please share this information with all your friends.