If you discover a suspicious file on your machine, or suspect that a program you downloaded from the Internet might be malicious, you can check the files at Kaspersky.com
You can upload the file from your computer to a dedicated server, where it will be scanned using Kaspersky Anti-Virus. Updates every three hours ensure that even the very newest viruses can be detected.
Only one file of up to 1 MB can be checked at any one time. If the file is too large, a window with an error message will be displayed. Type the name of the file in the window at the top of this page, or find the file using 'Browse'. Then click on 'Submit'.
If you have several potentially suspicious files, you can check them one after the other, or create an archive file (in zip, arj or similar format) and check that. The archive should not be larger than 1 MB.
You can upload a suspicious file on this link
AVG LinkScanner Free provides Real-time protection against online threats
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- Analyzes pages, not sites, so you’re not blocked from a whole site if one page is poisoned
- Checks all pages at the only time that matters – when you’re about to click that link
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AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2013 provides basic protection against viruses, spyware, and online threats. AVG requires lesser RAM than other antivirus programs and is perhaps the most widely used freeware antivirus in the world. These are some of the features of AVG
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