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Online malware analyzing tool Anubis

Anubis is an online service for analyzing malware. You can analyze a suspicious file and doubtful website URL for malware.

Just submit a suspicious file (Windows executable, the main carrier of malware) and receive a detailed analysis report telling you what it does. This is not just an online scanner; it provides complete details of the file you submitted. You can download and save the report as html, pdf or text file for reference.

You can also submit a suspicious website URL for analyzing and receive a report that shows you all the activities of the Internet Explorer process when visiting this web site.

Anubis will analyze all Windows executable files. You can upload a maximum of 8Mb file. It will not work, if the file is a zipped or compressed executable. The analyzing report is far better than the kind of service


  1. Use of wifi is now safe
    I use a laptop and I have to use wifi connections at home and college. As in my college many other users log on to the same system and there is a high risk of malpractices. But has always kept my laptop safe. The best quality about your software is that it can detect all type of spywares. Thanks for such a wonderful technology.


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