Software

Kaspersky Anti-Virus Web Scanner

Kudos to our development folks who’ve come up with a public beta version of the interesting KAV Web Scanner, a free service which scans your computer for viruses, and runs directly from a web page on our site.

We encourage everybody go ahead and take a look:

http://www.kaspersky.com/beta?product=161744315

Please keep in mind this is not a finished product so we are especially interested in any opinions and/or suggestions you may have. Feedback, queries and (ahem) bug reports should go to: webscannerbeta (at) kaspersky (dot) com

Kaspersky Anti-Virus Web Scanner

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  1. Wim van Grimbergen

    Dear Kaspersky,
    Our (Para-)Olympic sports club http://www.degrensstreek.nl was hacked 2 months ago and as a result of that now listed on Virustotal.com under Kaspersky as a Phishing site.
    Meanwhile the site has been cleaned and completely updated. Can you please remove your phishing results.
    Thanks in advance
    Wim van Grimbergen
    Sportsclub s.v. de Grensstreek Belfeld

    1. Securelist

      Dear Wim van Grimbergen,
      We sent your request to our anti-phishing specialists.

      Securelist team.

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