Virus malwarebyte and the name of the malware is ‘Windows 32’

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Today morning my antivirus gave a notification to me you have the malwarebyte and the name of the malware is 'windows 32"

Can you tell me about the malware and how to delete it?

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Virus malwarebyte and the name of the malware is ‘Windows 32’

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There are several windows Malware agents (viruses). To give you a more specific answer i need more details. What is the exact name of the malware that you have. What is the virus guard you are using? Remember that sometimes malicious software (malware) automatically installed in to your system and they begin to notify you that there are some malware in your computer if you need to clean it you have to buy this malware guard, blah blah.

So first of all check what has happened, normally if a virus guard detect any malware or malicious software in your system recommended action will be taken. If you don't have updated virus guard you better try with malwarebyte or Spybot free anti malware software and scan by using one of above mentioned.

Download Spybot and malware byte from – http://www.safer-networking.org/mirrors/

Please download one of above software and scan your computer.

If you are using windows update try with windows malicious software removal tool also.

To run windows malicious software removal tool go to run and type mrt press enter key or click okay. Then it will open scan your computer and if it detect any malicious software it will fix your system.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80747

Virus malwarebyte and the name of the malware is ‘Windows 32’

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"Win32" is a general name or term that is used for malwares that cannot be specifically identified. It is a malicious software that affects Windows Operating System. It has been reported as virus, worms, Trojans and other malicious software.

It could be self-replicating or non-reproducing malware(s).

Win32 can be removed by applications that can detect, quarantine and delete malware. Keeping the malware identity database for such applications updated is important; without updates, they may be unable to respond properly to Win32 malware or any other threats.

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