Security checks

The following checkes help you to protect your computer or to identify specific threats.

ESET Online Scanner
ESET Online Scanner

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Online scanner from ESET, which quickly and easily checks your computer for malware.

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Virustotal

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Suspicious files or URLS can be checked by numerous AV products in the Virustotal search engine.

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ID Ransomware

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Check which ransomware has infected your system with ID Ransomware. Upload an encrypted file or the file with the ransom demand to use MalwareHunterTeam’s service.

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';--have i been pwned?

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„Have i been pwned?" is a database of leaked accounts from e.g. LinkedIn, MySpace or Tumblr. The service lets you enter your email address to check whether it was involved in a leak. It will also save your email address on request to inform you of any new leaks that involve your account(s).

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HPI Identity Leak Checker

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The Identity Leak Checker, run by the Hasso-Plattner Institute in Potsdam, checks whether your email address was involved in a data leak.

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Phishtank

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Phishtank is a huge and very current database of Phishing pages. It allows users to check Phishing URLS and to report new Phishing pages.

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Is it Phishing?

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Phishing Check lists not only Phishing URLS, but also current Phishing attacks against particular banks or businesses. It is run by the French email security company VadeSecure.

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No More Ransom!

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„No More Ransom!“ is an educational website on ransomware, run by Europol, the Dutch police, and the two antivirus companies IntelSecurity and Kaspersky.

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Initiative-S

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Initiative-S is a free website scan for your company, your blog or club website.