I don't know if anyone I know out there uses Google Chrome or any of Google's websites, but it seems that Google has been attacked, it could have just been Youtube, but I suspect it was Google as a whole because of how Chrome has been acting. Alot of random ads have been coming up, rather frequently, particularly on Youtube, and the ones on Youtube sent up a red flag as they're all voice ads. Also while on Youtube, Chrome automatically downloaded a virus, twice. I have since gotten rid of this virus, but I've also recorded the file name and such of them just in case they'd be of any use to anyone.
The file name is: File.Download_2299_i434162592_il71.exe
The virus name is: MalSign.Wilmo.145
EDIT: Thanks to a response already made on the journal, which you can see below, this virus is also a keylogger. For those of you that don't know what a keylogger is, it means that this virus isn't one that would likely destroy your computer, HOWEVER, it IS one that will keep track of every keyboard stroke you make on your computer. If you access something vital like say do online banking, type in any passwords, usernames etc. the program WILL keep track of all of this, and WILL send it back to whoever created it, meaning they can access anything they get a hold of, any account you make on the internet, including bank accounts. This also means if they get ENOUGH information from this, however unlikely it is to get enough information for this, they could potentially steal your identity. The later is probably the least likely thing to happen, but there is still quite a bit at risk here.