Have you ever been on Facebook or Twitter and seen a short website address provided by a source that’s not completely professionally verified? Examples include “http://tiny.cc/buydzx,” and “http://tiny.cc/j1ydzx. Called shortened or Tiny URLs, it can save space anywhere, but it also hides the origin of the source. With “UnShortMe.com,” you can see the full URL, a screenshot and it’s trust level from McAfee Site Advisor without going to the site. Give a shot. It could save you from a headache while trying to remove malware.
Unshorten that Tiny URL with UnShortMe.com
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