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Free Online Tools for Looking up Potentially Malicious Websites


Free Online Tools for Looking up Potentially Malicious Websites


Many Website’s offer free on-line tools for looking up a potentially malicious website. Some of these tools provide historical information; others examine the URL in real time to identify threats.


Free Online Tools for Looking up Potentially Malicious Websites

Free Online Tools for Looking up Potentially Malicious Websites

 

This is very useful for your website to make trustful and secure website to your visitor. when you apply from any website to review your website for malicious test and after verification you can also add their review html tags to your website which are very beneficial for your website rating in Google and other search engine. 

Below are some website’s where you can check and rate your website

Trustpilot: Malicious Websites Trustpilot is committed to ensuring better on line shopping experiences
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AVG Website Safety Reports: Provides historical reputation data about the site.

BrightCloud URL/IP Lookup: Presents historical reputation data about the website.

Comodo Web Inspector: Examines the URL in real-time.

Cisco SenderBase: Presents historical reputation data about the website.

Cymon: Presents data from various threat intel feeds.

Deepviz: Offers historical threat intel data about IPs, domains, etc.
FortiGuard lookup: Displays the URL’s history and category.

IBM X-Force Exchange: Provides historical data about IPs, URLs, etc.

Joe Sandbox URL Analyzer: Examines the URL in real time.

Is It Hacked: Performs several of its own checks of the URL in real time and consults some blacklists.

IsItPhishing: Assesses the specified URL in real-time.

KnownSec: Presents historical reputation data about the website; Chinese language only.

Norton Safe Web: Presents historical reputation data about the website.

PhishTank: Looks up the URL in its database of known phishing websites.

Malware Domain List: Looks up recently-reported malicious websites.

MalwareURL: Looks up the URL in its historical list of malicious websites.

McAfee Site Advisor: Presents historical reputation data about the website.

McAfee TrustedSource: Presents historical reputation data about the website.

MxToolbox: Queries multiple reputational sources for information about the IP or domain.

Open Threat Exchange: Presents diverse threat intelligence data from AlienVault.

PassiveTotal: Presents passive DNS and other threat intelligence data.

Quttera ThreatSign: Scans the specified URL for the presence of malware.

Reputation Authority: Shows reputational data on specified domain or IP address.

Sucuri SiteCheck: Scans the URL for malware in real time and looks it up in several blacklists.

Trend Micro Web Reputation: Presents historical reputation data about the website.

Unmask Parasites: Looks up the URL in the Google Safe Browsing database.

URL Blacklist: Looks up the URL in its database of suspicious sites.

 URL Query: Looks up the URL in its database of suspicious sites and examines the site’s content.

URLVoid and IPVoid: Looks up the URL or IP in several blacklisting services.

VirusTotal: Looks up the URL in several databases of malicious sites.

vURL: Retrieves and displays the source code of the page; looks up its status in several blocklists.

ThreatMiner: Presents diverse threat intelligence data.

WebPulse Site Review: Looks up the website in BlueCoat’s database.

Zscaler Zulu URL Risk Analyzer: Examines the URL using real-time and historical techniques.

SiteLock, is a Global Leader in business website security solutions, and is the only web security solution to offer complete, cloud-based website protection. Its 360-degree monitoring finds and fixes threats, prevents future attacks, accelerates website performance and meets PCI compliance standards for businesses of all sizes. SiteLock won the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Award for Best Website Security Solution.

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Gurjit Singh is Microsoft Certified IT Professional. He likes to write about Computer Network, WordPress, Blogging Tips, SEO, Make Money Online, Computer Tips and Creating Tech Tutorials.
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