Useful tools for online virus checkers

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by ronjor, Feb 10, 2011.

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  1. ronjor

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  2. G1111

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    Thanks Ron. VTzilla looks like a nice tool, but is not currently compatible with FF 4.0 Beta 11.
     
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    Good article, thanks for sharing.
     
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    Thanks Ron:thumb:
     
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    Installed VTChromizer to give it a try, it's only an URL checker :)
    I never found URL checker useful :D
     
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    Thanks Ron, now i finaly have one for Chrome as well. :thumb:
     
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    Yeah, it's too bad you cannot scan online files via VT-Chrome. Good thread!
     
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    I though VTChromizer could scan online files before downloading, i was wrong xD
    It's just an URL scanner :)
     
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    Thanks ronjor for good article share :thumb:
     
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    And you where not wrong. :)

    When you click on Scan with VirusTotal it will first scan the website, but after that scan you will find a link called "View downloaded file analysis" right above the line "Webscan results". That will scan the download. :)

    So it is a two step scan...first the site is checked then you can check the download.
     
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    Oh really? :blink:

    I'll give it a try later again then :D
     
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