SecureMoz.com Website’s Security Analyzer FOR FREE
What is SecureMoz.com?
Securemoz..com, a subsidiary of Securemoz, is a free online service that analyzes files and URLs enabling the identification of viruses, worms, trojans and other kinds of malicious content detected by antivirus engines and website scanners. At the same time, it may be used as a means to detect false positives, i.e. innocuous resources detected as malicious by one or more scanners.
Free unbiased service
Securemoz, is offered freely to end users as long as its use has no commercial purpose and does not become part of any business activity. Even though the service works with engines belonging to different enterprises and organizations, Securemoz..com does not distribute or advertise any products belonging to third parties, but simply acts as an aggregator of information. This prevents us from being subjected to any kind of bias and allows us to offer an objective service to our users.
Said that, we need to offer some ads space to help us with the maintenance and improving this site, unbiased and free. Our ads will not advertise antivirus, clean up services or secure monitoring apps, as we don’t want to looks like promotional services.
Runs multiple antivirus engines and website scanners
Securemoz..com simply acts as an information aggregator. The aggregated data is the output of different antivirus engines, website scanners, file and URL analysis tools and user contributions. The full list of antivirus solutions and website scanners used in Securemoz..com can be found in the credits acknowledgements section.
Real time updates of virus signatures and blacklists
The malware signatures of antivirus solutions present in Securemoz are periodically updated as they are developed and distributed by the antivirus companies. The update polling frequency is 15 minutes—this makes sure that the products are using the latest signature sets.
Website scanning is done via API queries to the different companies providing the particular solution, hence, the most updated version of their dataset is always used.
Detailed results from each scanner
Securemoz not only tells you whether a given antivirus solution detected a submitted file, but also displays the exact detection label returned by each engine (e.g. I-Worm.Allaple.gen).
Most of them will discriminate malware sites, phishing sites, suspicious sites, etc. Moreover, some of the engines will provide additional information explicitly stating whether a given URL belongs to a particular botnet, which brand is targeted by a given phishing site, etc.
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