If you find that typing in a seemingly innocent word into the Internet brings up a whole host of nasties that you would rather not see, then new predictive web search site Scandoo.com could be right up your street.
Simply go to the home page, put in your search term and Scandoo.com will scan every result for anything malicious, providing classifications next to each result. For example, they can advise whether site is safe (with a green tick), approached with caution (an amber ?) or a no-go area (with a red x). The site can also detect malware or spyware and any other offensive or illegal content.
Give it a go, the results are quite accurate and this could be a boon for families who find searching the web is risky.
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