|"...taking over my cursor....."|
It's very rare for malware to make your mouse or touchpad move your cursor on it's own.
That's a lot more likely to be caused by a defective mouse (usually caused by damaged wires inside the cord) or a defective (damaged) touchpad. Try a different mouse, or an external mouse if you have a laptop or netbook.
Also, some corded and wireless mice are very sensitive - the cursor will move on it's own from mere vibration when you don't have your hand on it and are holding it absolutely still.
It sounds like you may have crap a maker of "rogue" anti-malware software was responsible for contaminating your computer with.
In most cases, Malwarebytes will get rid of that.
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Ignore the part about loading your latest System Restore restore point unless you did what the guy in that Topic said he did in the first post - loaded a previous restore point.