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AVG LinkScanner Online

AVG LinkScanner is a free early warning system that protects you from visiting malicious website. It offers real-time safety rating for all search results in Google, Yahoo and Bing. LinkScanner Online is for those who want to check a site for exploit manually before entering.

LinkScanner Online visits websites before you do, inspecting them in real time for any kind of suspicious behavior and delivering safety ratings for all search results.

Enter here and type the URL of the site you'd like to visit in the box to scan. It’ll scan the site instantly and give results.

This type of service is certainly useful, because one false click and your PC can become infected with spyware, rootkits and other types of malware.


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