Find the Telegram account @DrWebBot (or go to telegram.me/drwebbot ) and send it a file or a link. The bot will check it for viruses and report on the results.
Checks links and files in both a private dialogue (send suspicious content directly to the bot, or send it a message received from other users) and a group conversation — if you add the bot to a conversation, it will scan all the files and links within it.
Learn about all the features of the bot, using the /help command. The bot is available in two modes: quiet and standard. The default mode is standard: the bot responds to every file or link and determines whether they are safe. In a group conversation, emails from the bot can interfere with normal communication so it is better to use the quiet mode which is when the bot only warns users if a file or a link in a chat room contains a threat. Use the /mode command to select the mode you want.
The bot can communicate with a user in Russian, English or German. Use the /lang command to select the language you need.
The bot is not a replacement for an anti-virus: it will not be able to scan a phone or a PC, prevent malware from being downloaded or cure a device that is already infected. For full protection, install the Dr.Web anti-virus appropriate to your operating system or mobile platform.
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