Do you know what bundled software downloads are? Bundling software downloads is including multiple software applications into one installer. It is a major distribution method used by such adware applications as Malt Mark. Although bundling is not something illegal, it often leads to adware and even malware installations. What’s more, users seldom understand when or how they install the likes of Malt Mark on their computers. Luckily, it is not complicated to remove Malt Mark on your own, but you should always keep a reliable antispyware program at hand to protect you from potential threats.
Consequently, you can see that Malt Mark enters your computer only if you allow it to. Some users might say that the program can be downloaded at maltmark.net, but this official website is totally dysfunctional, and the download button there does not work. It means that unless you stop downloading freeware from unreliable third-party websites, Malt Mark, and other unwanted applications will continue to pop-up into your screen. Sometimes even installers for the actual computer security programs can be bundled with MALICIOUS applications if you download them from third-party distributors. Hence, you should download programs only from the official vendor websites.
Perhaps you didn’t notice how Malt Mark entered your system, but you will definitely notice that something is off when this application starts acting up. For a time being after the installation, it only adds extensions to the Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox web browsers and then collects web browsing data. Once it has enough web history collected, Malt Mark starts displaying commercial ads when you access BestBuy, Amazon, eBay, and other popular online stores. Do not be tricked by the apparent advantage of having Malt Mark ads on your browser. Even though this adware program claims that it is there to help you save money whenever you shop online, it can hardly ever do so.
Malt Mark does not check what kinds of links get embedded into its ads. Therefore, some of the ads might contain links to malware-related websites. Albeit malware infection is an extreme case of an adware infection complication, you should take all the potential risks into consideration and terminate Malt Mark at once.
Open Control Panel and uninstall Malt Mark manually. We have firm grounds to believe that this application came along with other unwanted programs. You need to find these programs and remove them as well. If you find it hard to hunt for potentially unwanted software, scan your PC with the SpyHunter free scanner.
A full system scan will detect all the potential threats, and you will be able to get rid of them automatically in no time. Finally, do not forget to get yourself a legitimate antispyware tool. Your computer needs to be protected around the clock.
Windows Vista & Windows 7