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Free Online Anti-Virus Scanners

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If you believe your anti-virus has been compromised by a virus, or the subscription has run out, you can always try the following:

Please note this is NOT an anti-virus solution. This will not provide the realtime protection that a software anti-virus can. Please see http://www.windowsforum.org/forums/index.php?showforum=79 for more anti-virus information.

TrendMicro Housecall

http://housecall.trendmicro.com/housecall/start_corp.asp

Panda Active Scan

http://www.pandasoftware.com/activescan/co...n_principal.htm

Start your computer in "safe mode with networking" for best results.*

*Only available in Windows 2000/XP

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Note: You may find that these do not function when run from browsers other than Internet Explorer.

If you run from an alternative browser and an error message appears, try again using I.E.

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I run a scan with Panda on a fairly regular basis, just to compliment my permanent AV program.

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Better than Online Anti-Virus Scanners, there is Multi-Engine Online Scanners. You can find a list with them and also great tips for preventing computers infections here.

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I'm afraid this link doesn't connect. Try making it again but make sure the cursor is over the text in blue on the left in the link box before you press the "Paste" button.

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Dencandy,

I have no problems accessing that page through the link :)

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I can't get it either "Server not found"

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Don't understand why you can't access it?

Here's what it looks like :)

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Is it the FF users that cannot access from the link? No problems using IE8, I get the same result as Boris. I wonder what the writer is getting out of this. I will stick with Nod 32.cool.gif

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Well if it's not coded for FF it can't be worth reading

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I wonder what the writer is getting out of this. cool.gif

Nothing ...... from - http://cleanbytes.net/about/

About

I’m a computers enthusiast, with a hobby for computers security. So mainly this blog is focused on cleaning, fixing and maintaining your computer applying free solutions.And please don’t subestimate the free solutions, often are better than the paid solutions. If you will browse trough this blog, you will understand why

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I'm afraid this link doesn't connect. Try making it again but make sure the cursor is over the text in blue on the left in the link box before you press the "Paste" button.

Well, now it's OK. Maybe the server was too busy at that time to take any more connections. good.gif

What the site says about all the essential security utilities being available free of charge is correct, especially since Microsoft introduced its own Security Essentials (which is proving to be very popular, I believe).

However, the Microsoft firewall is still only one-way (incoming, not outgoing - to enable MS to continue collecting statistics about your computer usage). Also, some other security products - paid and free - may still be more effective than Microsoft's own.

Finally, the English on the site is appalling. Nearly every line contains a grammatical or spelling mistake which creates a bad impression for viewer. I suggest you get a friend to check the English pdq.

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do you have any links for online anti virus so can scan my website to help me detect some hacker's code?

http://housecall.trendmicro.com/uk/

http://www.pandasecurity.com/activescan/index/

http://www.pandasecurity.com/activescan/index/

No disrespect, but all these and more are available if you Google.

All the best.B) B)

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Note: You may find that these do not function when run from browsers other than Internet Explorer.

If you run from an alternative browser and an error message appears, try again using I.E.

hi,there.newbie's here.

May I?

hmm,well,there's more @ http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner/ 【Kaspersky Online Scanner】

and some security setting of the browser would block the page,like the Pop-up Blocker.

thk u!:)

choo

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Free Online Antivirus Scanners

An online virus scanner should never be considered a substitute for an installed antivirus scanner. But if you suspect your installed antivirus is missing a threat or you simply want a second opinion, an online scanner can be a valuable adjunct to security. Each of the following online scanners are considered best-of-breed and can offer important adjunct protection.

avast! Online Scanner

BitDefender Free Online Virus Scan

Computer Associates eTrust Antivirus Web Scanner

F-Secure Online Virus Scanner

Jotti

Kaspersky Online Scanner "Coming Soon"

Kaspersky Online File Scanner

McAfee FreeScan

Panda ActiveScan and Malware Radar

Symantec security and virus checks

Trend Micro HouseCall

Virus Total

All Information and scanner's are directed straight to sources.

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Free Online Antivirus Scanners

An online virus scanner should never be considered a substitute for an installed antivirus scanner. But if you suspect your installed antivirus is missing a threat or you simply want a second opinion, an online scanner can be a valuable adjunct to security. Each of the following online scanners are considered best-of-breed and can offer important adjunct protection.

avast! Online Scanner

BitDefender Free Online Virus Scan

Computer Associates eTrust Antivirus Web Scanner

F-Secure Online Virus Scanner

Jotti

Kaspersky Online Scanner "Coming Soon"

Kaspersky Online File Scanner

McAfee FreeScan

Panda ActiveScan and Malware Radar

Symantec security and virus checks

Trend Micro HouseCall

Virus Total

All Information and scanner's are directed straight to sources.

Welcome back, where the hell have you been. You didn't ask permission for leave of absence.B) B)

Here is another for your collection.

http://www.eset.com/online-scanner/run

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On 22/02/2011 at 4:00 AM, Makcalable said:

Free Online Antivirus Scanners

 

An online virus scanner should never be considered a substitute for an installed antivirus scanner. But if you suspect your installed antivirus is missing a threat or you simply want a second opinion, an online scanner can be a valuable adjunct to security. Each of the following online scanners are considered best-of-breed and can offer important adjunct protection.

 

 

avast! Online Scanner

 

BitDefender Free Online Virus Scan

 

Computer Associates eTrust Antivirus Web Scanner

 

F-Secure Online Virus Scanner

 

Jotti

 

Kaspersky Online Scanner "Coming Soon"

 

Kaspersky Online File Scanner

 

McAfee FreeScan

 

Panda ActiveScan and Malware Radar

 

Symantec security and virus checks

 

Trend Micro HouseCall

 

Virus Total

 

 

All Information and scanner's are directed straight to sources.

 

 

 

I have use same Antivirus Avast, Kaspersky, etc but not good, it's very heavy. you can suggest me who best antivirus to use.

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I prefer to use an installed great quality one that has never ever let me down in all the years that I have used it, and it is Eset. I use the full security suite,complete with firewall. It is not expensive and is worth every penny of the modest fee. What is more there is telephone help in this country should you ever need it. It updates the definitions automatically several times a day 

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Since you idiots are dumb enough to reply to a spammer who posted to an old thread...any paid anti-virus program used on Windows 7 or later is just a waste of money to give you a false sense of security.

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IMTNT - Please keep your opinions of the other contributors to yourself, and do not state them in an open forum.

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