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Bitdefender 60-Second Virus Scanner: Scan Your PC for Malware and Security Flaw

Find out if there is malware and security flaw on your pc with 60-Second Virus Scanner from security company Bitdefender. A computer that access the internet can be infected by various types of malware, simply by visiting website using an old web browser with security flaws and poor security software or by being tricked into downloading malware or opening email attachments.

As its name indicates, Bitdefender 60-Second Virus Scanner scans your PC for malware at lightning speed using Bitdefender’s world’s top ranked malware scanning engine.

This cloud-based scanner uses Bitdefender’s proactive scanning system to scan your computer, and it will alert you of active threats.

 It works perfectly with any other antivirus software installed on your PC and also useful to double-check your existing antivirus software to ensure its properly keeping you safe from attacks.


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