If you’re concerned a file might be malicious, you don’t need to download it and rely on your antivirus. You can scan the file for malware with over 60 antivirus engines before you download it—all with one single tool.
This is no substitute for basic online security practices that can keep you safe from phishing and other threats, but it’s a way to perform a more in-depth check if you’re concerned about a file.
To do this, you’ll need to locate a file’s download link. That’s the direct link to download the file, not just the address of the file’s download page. For example, if you want to scan a .exe file, you’ll need the direct link to the .exe file. If you want to scan a .doc file, you’ll need the direct link to the .doc file. You can spot this by mousing over the link and looking at the address in your browser.
Right-click the link and select “Copy link address” in Chrome, “Copy Link Location” in Firefox, or “Copy link” in Edge.Read More...
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