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New online file scanner: Paretologic Zheng File Analysis

It is always advisable to scan a file downloaded from internet before running it, because some people share virus and malicious code packed with files that not only corrupt your computer but can also steal your personal data. Moreover it is a known fact that an antivirus program alone can’t detect all threats, so you can make use of online scanning tools which are free and effective. These tools scan for any virus and display the result of the files.

The Paretologic Online file scanner lets you scan any files (up to a maximum of 10Mb file size in any file formats, exe, zip, rar, gz, etc) for malicious contents. The free service uses Paretologic's Zheng technology for analyzing the files.

Zheng technology uses a Heuristic engine and Malware Behavior analysis for zero-day attacks detection. More details about Paretologic's Zheng technology.

Paretologic Online files scanner. Other online file scanners: Kaspersky Virustotal, comodo, etc


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