Malware Alarm Exposed?
Quickly and Safely Remove Malware Alarm
Malware Alarm is a class of spyware known as "rogue antispyware." Rogue antispyware are spyware programs that disguise themselves as antispyware software.
Malware Alarm is installed on your computer through the Zlob trojan.
Simply put, Malware Alarm invades your computer without you knowing it. Malware Alarm displays fake security alerts to trick you into buying their so called "antispyware software" when they really are spyware.
Malware Alarm symptoms include:
1. Internet Explorer settings are changed and you're constantly redirected to the malwarealarm.com site. Sometimes you will also be sent to other rogue antispyware sites and tricked into buying their software.
2. Malware Alarm will download other spyware onto your pc.
3. Malware Alarm displays popups to trick you into purchasing their software
4. Icons on your pc screen giving you fake warnings about spyware detected on your pc.
5. When you click on the warning box on your screen Malware Alarm opens their site and will try to install more spyware on your pc without your consent.
I don't recommend manually removing Malware Alarm because you will not be able to manually remove all the files associated with it. And if you remove the wrong files it may damage your computer.
Malware Alarm imbeds itself in your computer so deep that some antispyware software can't remove it. If some antispyware software can't remove it I don't recommend the average computer user attempt to remove it manually.
How to remove your Malware Alarm spyware infection...
I recommend buying a legitimate antispyware program to remove your Malware Alarm infection. Here are the features I look for when rating antispyware software:
100% Spyware Removal Guarantee: Independent testing by leading sources like PC World magazine confirms that no antispyware software can remove all your spyware on the first scan. That's why it's important to choose antispyware software that provides you with a free custom update to remove all your spyware if it wasn't removed on the first scan.
Simple to use: It should be simple to use and automate common tasks like scanning and downloading updates.
Highly awarded: Antispyware software should display legitimate awards they've won from independent software rating organizations.
Better Business Bureau member: With so many antispyware scams on the internet (like Malware Alarm) I only recommend buying from a company that belongs to the BBB. In order to be a BBB member a company must be in business for at least one year and satisfactorily resolve any customer complaints.
Guard feature: Quality antispyware software will have an extensive guard system to prevent spyware from infecting your pc.
Spyware Database Updates: with new spyware being released constantly a good spyware remover should download new updates automatically at least once per day.
The only antispyware software that I've found that meets all the above criteria is SpyZooka. SpyZooka is the only company that guarantees 100% spyware removal.
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