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Virus and malware analyser

Sunbelt Security
Sunbelt CWSandbox provides fast analysis of virus, spyware, trojan, or other malware samples. CWSandbox enables the automatic collection of malware from different inputs including Nepenthes, a web server/interface, or a directory. Rapidly analyze behavior of malware - including infected trojans, Office documents, browser helper objects (BHOs), malicious URLs and more - by executing the code inside a controlled environment, the Sunbelt malware sandbox!

Norman Sandbox
Norman Sandbox offers free uploads of program files that you suspect are malicious or infected by malicious components, and instant analysis by Norman SandBox. In-depth information about the analysis performed by Norman SandBox of each malicious file that is uploaded. Search facility in all analyses after Registry keys, file names, etc. The result is also sent you by email.

Microsoft Malware Protection Center
The Microsoft Malware Protection Center (MMPC) provides world class antimalware research and response capabilities that support Microsoft's range of security products and services. With laboratories in multiple locations around the globe the MMPC is able to respond quickly and effectively to new malicious and potentially unwanted software threats wherever and whenever they arise.

Comodo Instant Malware Analysis
This is a secure malware analysis system which gives a detailed report of what an executable does including registry edits and creating of folders and deleting them.

If you discover a suspicious file on your machine, or suspect that a program you downloaded from the internet might be malicious you can scan it here. Enter the file name to be checked in the box below and it will automatically be uploaded from your computer to a dedicated server where it will be scanned using FortiClient Antivirus. Only one file of up to 1 MB can be checked at any one time.

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