bridge.dll is a browser helper object (BHO) that is usually located in C:\Windows\System32 folder. Just like any other BHO, the file starts running every time user launches his Internet browser and it is not stopped by a personal firewall because this file will also be identified as browser. According to some sources, bridge.dll can be put on the system by spyware or adware.
Ways where bridge.dll is used are very versatile – it can be used to monitor Internet browser, kill important processes and delete the files. We highly recommend to remove bridge.dll file from your computer. However, you shouldn't do that manually if your are not the professional and don't have enough knowledge about computers. So, you should try running a full system scan with automated removal tools. We recommend using Reimage or PlumbytesWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus.
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