I have a link to a website on a comment on my blog that I suspect has a virus. I want to remove it if so to prevent visitors from clicking on it. Is there some way I can test it, some website perhaps that will scan it, so I can test it without threatening my own computer?
I have webroot and Norton's Internet Security but don't see anything that would do this.
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