Are you getting fake pop up warnings that proclaim your computer has been infected with spyware? Has your browser been hijacked, redirecting searches and changing your homepage? Both of these are symptoms of a Malware Bell infection. If you have had a run in with this evil program I recommend conducting a Malware Bell removal procedure immediately!
Malware Bell is a rogue anti spyware program from the infamous family of spyware infectors known as IE Defender. This form of spyware/malware has been around for a quite a few years now and unfortunately IE Defender continually updates the program (the latest version is Malware Bell 3.2)spreading each new carnation virally through the internet.
The most common method of infection is through a codec. A codec is a video compressing program that encodes a data stream so it can play in your media player. If you either downloaded or tried to play a video and got an error that read “Video ActiveX Object Error: Your browser cannot display the video file" then you have been the victim of a Malware Bell attack.
The error message provides a link to download the program and then sure enough your computer is now infected with a deadly form of spyware and malware. This malicious program can harm you in numerous ways:
How to remove Malware Bell can either be a question answered easily or prove to be quite difficult. A manual Malware Bell removal requires an intimate knowledge of system and registry processes. This malware attaches itself throughout your hard drive and requires you to remove approximately thirty different files.
But fortunately there is an easier method to fix Malware Bell. You can simply download a spyware removal program that can automatically fix your spyware problems few easy clicks. Removing Malware Bell has never been so easy!
Want to squash those annoying pop up ads and get your PC running like new? Come get your free scan and remove Malware Bell today!
Jim Marshall is an expert computer technician with fifteen years of experience in the industry. Since his own computer was destroyed by malicious software, he has been studying anti-spyware, adware, and malware systems for years.