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BitDefender QuickScan to Provide Free Security Check For PCs

BitDefender has released final version of their advanced online malware detection tool called BitDefender QuickScan, which uses .in-the-cloud scanning to detect malware running on a PC very fast, usually in less than 60 seconds. This new version has added features to keep you secure more. Moreover, the revamped website provides more clear information about threats.

The free service quickly check user’s computer for malware (virus, rootkits, keyloggers, etc) against an always-updated cloud-based database. To launch a QuickScan you just need to visit http://quickscan.bitdefender.com and click 'Start Scan'. For even faster access, BitDefender QuickScan is also available as an iGoogle widget and as Firefox and Chrome extensions.


The service is very useful to quick check your system for malware. For instance, you can use this service before logging into any sensitive online account, before shopping or banking or before starting online games.

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