Updated Dr.Web LinkChecker for social networking sites and web-surfing

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by sg09, May 21, 2011.

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  1. sg09

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  2. yongsua

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    Do you think this product is really reliable?
     
  3. sg09

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    I trust Dr. Web's detection.:thumb:
     
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    Thanks sujay :) I will check Chrome extension.
     
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    Dr. Web should add automatic ratings ... :doubt:
     
  6. chinook9

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    Does anyone know if this is compatible with Sandboxie?
     
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    You can install the Firefox addon sandboxed and try it, I have and
    it worked well.

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  8. TheKid7

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    Is the Dr.Web LinkChecker "Cloud" based? Is there anything special about running the Dr.Web LinkChecker Sandboxed? (Does the Dr.Web LinkChecker need to periodically update Malware signatures such that I need to let it out of the Sandbox once a day to do the Malware signature update?)
     
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    I guess it is cloud based. When you check any link by Link Checker, it will actually send that link to their server and check.
     
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    What I meant is that you can test the addon if you install it on a sandboxed
    Firefox. If you like the way it works, then install it on your system.

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  11. m00nbl00d

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    How's your experience been? Any issues?
     
  12. TheKid7

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    Dr.Web LinkChecker for Firefox has been updated.
    http://news.drweb.com/?i=1754&c=5&lng=en&p=0
     
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