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Anti-virus link checker from Dr.Web

Anti-virus link checker is a browser add-on (For Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera) that ensure your online security further. This add-on uses Dr.Web’s most up-to-date version of the online scanner to find out different types of malicious programs, such as spy ware, ad ware, dialers, etc. With this plug-in you can test any website link before you entering or any file you are about to download and ensure there is no security threat.
Using this plug-in is quite easy. After installing just right click on any URL and select ‘Scan with Dr.web’ and view the result.The plug-in for Firefox also scans links in e-mail messages processed by Thunderbird. Using this add-on is quite easy, after installing just right clicks on any link and select
You can download Dr.web Anti-virus Link checker for Firefox browser here
For other browsers click here


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