1. 2009 was 2009. That is acient history. This is 2011, things have changed on the internet drastically since then.
2. OpenDNS does not hack people, actually it is a safer way to surf. Why do you think they hacked you?
3. Is the fact that you can not access your churches website, the only reason why you think you have been hacked or makes you think that you have malware? WHO gives you the message that your church site might be a phishing site? IE8? Your antivirus ? OpenDNS? Has this been happeing for 2 years?
Please give us some more information so whoever helps you has something more to go on.
In Feb 2009, Marianna Schmuldich gave several suggestions for removing whatever malware was blocking sites for "chad1950". I have tried almost all the suggestions with no luck (Trend professional, superantispyware, malwarebytes, and spybot search), cleaned my temp files. I did not understand the information about host files.
I have Windows XP on a Dell, and use IE 8. When I try to access my church's website, I get a message that site may be a phishing site. Other members are not having this problem so it must be my computer.
In the 2+ years since this topic was first addressed, any new info to help me get rid of it?