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With the Dr.Web online scanner, you can scan suspicious files for malware free of charge.
Thousands of samples are added to our virus collection on a daily basis. If a file seems suspicious to you, send it to the Doctor Web anti-virus laboratory.
Sometimes it’s enough just to visit a malicious or fraudulent website for your system to get infected, especially if it is not protected by an anti-virus. If a website seems suspicious to you, scan it via this form before you click on an unknown link.
Does your anti-virus consider a file to be "clean", but you have your doubts?
To scan a file, use the Dr.Web vxCube online service—a cloud-based intelligent interactive analyser for suspicious objects that has been specially designed for information security professionals and cybercriminalists.
In just a minute, you will find out whether a file is malicious (and if it is, to what extent) and receive a detailed report that includes a video showing how the file is operating in the system and making modifications to it, and what nodes it is connecting to. You will also see its network activity map and more.
Have workstations in your company gotten infected, and now you want to know how it happened?
Doctor Web offers a paid service that involves investigating virus-related computer incidents experienced by users.
Doctor Web is the Russian developer of Dr.Web anti-virus software. Dr.Web anti-virus software has been developed since 1992.
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