Post Reply When was the last time Crunchy was tested for spiderability?
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Posted 12/21/15
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Posted 12/21/15
"Spiderability" ?
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Posted 12/21/15
I'm not sure, but I think they might be talking about search engine spiders or something?
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Posted 12/22/15
well iv never heard of "Spider ability" but im just gonna go on ahead and assume OP is wondering when the last time the site was scanned by an AV for vulnerabilities or malware. I just ran a scan with Totalvirus (A great site, highly recommend. scans files and links with 50 to 70 different anti malware programs) and heres the result: https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/3862a1a8631c54eb23e4c83e797615ddfaccf4829e8a619e302bdafc79b54a60/analysis/1450786978/
0/66 found with many common AV's that we all use and some really small unknown AV's but still mark the site as Clean. Even still if it marked one detection as malware, if its not one of the bigger ones like MB, avast, bitdefender kasper etc i wouldn't really worry about that one detection. (Reason being as the less known anti virus is, they typically mark everything they dont know as a virus or trojan which isn't exactly a bad idea in some retrospects. nonetheless i wouldnt worry much about it)

However this does NOT conclude the site as SAFE as many virus's come from AD's which like to hitch hike from website to website, I recommend getting Malwarebytes anti exploit and consider switching to chrome or better yet opera for safer browsing. Both will protect you greatly, The latter will protect you even more so then the former, Tho something worth noting is the latter doesn't always work on all websites but it is primarily built off of chrome but is much more safer then chrome(In most peoples opinions, some beg to differ).
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