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F-Secure Safe Links Safeguard Visitors Against Dangerous Links

F-Secure Safe Links is a simple, free and totally new kind of service for bloggers and website owners that give a trust sign to every external link you provided on your post (demo here). As we all know, it is important, but often not so easy, to control what is being posted on your site's user generated content area.

F-Secure Safe Links helps you tosafeguard your site visitors against dangerous links with a unique link analysis done in real-time, for each page view.

What's even better, there is no extra load on your web servers, the whole process takes place in F-Secure cloud service (F-Secure Real-time Protection Network) and in the browsing client.

F-Secure Safe Links uses a simple and fast Javascript call that causes all the links on a web page to be checked and rated for possible threats by F-Secure anti-malware cloud service.


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