These links will open a new browser window and take you to the threat databases of various companies.
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Symantec is the company behind Norton Antivirus. Symantec's security research centers publishes a database of various threats, risks and vulnerabilities. They also list threats from A to Z to simplify research.
McAfee's Threat Center allows visitors to verify if specific application names, IP addresses, domain names or website URL's are safe. They also provide information when users enter a specific malware name.
Eset's Threat Center offers global threat reports as well as a threat encyclopedia giving precise information on a large amount of specific threats. Their Threat Center also offers malware signature information.
Microsoft's Malware Encyclopedia offers a search tool to find specific threats. They also regularly update their database with new threats to inform Windows users of recent malware. Finally, they offer advice on how to remove threats and protect their users.
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SEset's Threat Center offers global threat reports an IP address is malicious. It also contains threat information namely information about: viruses and spyware, vulnerabilities, suspicious behavior and files, controlled applications, adware and PUAs and hoaxes
Kasperky has a site geared towards security information. They publish various reports, threat analysis and descriptions as well as multiples news about malware. This resource is a very complete source of information for people looking to learn about computer security.
Panda Security has a website section where they offer a bulletin of information about computer threats. They also give information about the most active viruses as well as hoaxes and spyware information.
Trend Micro has a website section called Security Intelligence where visitors can find current threat activity, a threat encyclopedia as well as research and analysis the company publishes.
AVG offers a search tool that helps users find information about specific threats. This tool is limited since it doesn't contain an easy to search A to Z database, it can however be worth a try if you know which threat you are looking for.
Avira's Virus Lab lists threats and provides basic information. For each threat you can click to obtain a summary, more detailed information as well as statistics.