Bleeping Computer is a computer help site founded by Lawrence Abrams in 2004. It is a resource site for answering computer, security, and technical questions. All services to the public are free, including malware and rootkit cleanup of infected computers and removal instructions on rogue anti-spyware programs. Bleeping Computer caters especially to the new computer user. The site has been mentioned in an online article for PC World magazine.CommunityMembers, volunteers and staffAs of 29 March 2013, there are 590,560 registered members, of which the vast majority are 'regular' members. However, a significant proportion of the membership also includes members who work for the site, in varied roles, as volunteers. Some examples of such volunteer roles are the Malware Response Team and Trainees and also BC Advisors. The site also has an administration team who work as site staff. The team consists of the Administrator (owner), Site Administrator, Global Moderators and Moderators. There is a comprehensive membership description that provides an overview of each group.ForumsBleeping Computer's forums have subsections devoted to several operating systems, broad classes of application software, and malicious software removal, as well as sections for web browsers, home and small business networking and the Mac OS X operating system.Malware removalBleeping Computer offers free malware removal help. All help given to users are provided by volunteers trained to use anti-malware tools like HijackThis, as well as DDS, OTL, GMER and Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware. The application Rkill, which was developed by the site founder Lawrence Abrams, is also used to aid in the fight against malware.