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As there is a rapid growth in technology, hacking others personals has become so easy. There are lots of ways available to hack into the target system without disturbing the network at all.
In this case, it is always good to have an Anti Virus in your system. While you have the option to scan the files in pen drive, you can scan the files which you are about a download. Today we have come up with an article on how to scan URL's and other files in case if you are suspicious of it.
Step 1: Open Virustotal website from your browser
Step 2: In this website, you can upload files up to 128MB. So, if you are suspicious about any files, just upload it on the VirusTotal website.
Step 3: Moreover, you can also scan particular URL or whole website with this tool for infected virus and trojans as well. You can also scan your own blog, in case if you own one,
Jotti's Malware scan
This is a free service, where you can scan suspicious files with Anti-virus programs. Here, you can upload file up to 50MB in size and 5 files simultaneously.
This website is also a free service, where you can upload a file up to 140MB. With this website, you can scan an IP Address with the help of 42 anti-malware engines online.
The so-called VirSCAN checks the uploaded files for malware using some antivirus engines within them. While checking the files, it also shows the progress of scanning explaining how dangerous and harmful/harmless for your computer those files are.
F-Secure Online Scanner
The F-Secure Online Scanner helps the user to get rid of viruses and other malicious software that might trouble your PC. You can use this tool to repair your system and other tasks like manually updating product databases, booting an unresponsive PC and removing specific threats.