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LinkScanner

Review

Linkscanner Pro

Linkscanner Pro does a superb job of ferreting out sites defaced with dangerous hacker code, but for complete antiphishing protection, you'll still need a second program, such as the free Netcraft toolbar.

February 16, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating February 16, 2007

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AVG LinkScanner can detect malicious short URLs

AVG updates free LinkScanner tool to scan the shortened URLs that are popular on sites like Twitter, then block any attempts to direct users to malicious Web pages.

By October 13, 2009

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AVG offers free LinkScanner for real-time Web page scanning

AVG breaks out its LinkScanner software from its free suite to offer a free standalone product for real-time Web page scanning.

By April 20, 2009

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WizCom QuickLink Pen Text Scanner

While its brief recognition delay and slightly oversized design are somewhat discouraging, the QuickLink Pen's flexibility and extra touches make it the best pen scanner we've seen yet.

March 29, 2000

3 stars Editors' rating March 29, 2000

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Grisoft acquires Exploit Prevention Labs

Fourth-largest antivirus software vendor adds Exploit Prevention Labs' LinkScanner family of safe-browsing applications to its product offerings.

By December 5, 2007

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How to check if a Web site is safe

Is that link on your Facebook wall truly the funniest thing ever, or is it a nefarious attempt to hook you with a phishing attack? Here's some tips on how to check out the deluge of links that swamp you daily, for both phone and desktop.

By August 26, 2011

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VeriSign adds malware scanning to SSL services

VeriSign to check customer sites for malware and add security seals to some search results.

By July 19, 2010

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Haute Secure pledges safe-surfing toolbar for IE

New company hopes to improve upon existing toolbars already on the market.

By July 11, 2007

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Grisoft modifies its free AVG product after complaints

AVG 8.0 no longer downloads the home page of every search result returned by Google, Yahoo, and MSN, and now uses a blacklist to check sites for malware.

By July 9, 2008