Scan QR Code For Malware With Norton Snap QR Code Reader

Now we can easily scan QR code whether they are malicious or clean. Because of recently many security advisors , announced that some malware writers attract your phone and its privacy using Quick Response (QR) codes. Which means they added malware site links into those codes. When you scan the unknown QR code and visit that web page and download apps, there will be some probability to inflect malware.

This news already announced AVG and other security expert companies. Though most of the Quick Response code scans applications are only generated web page links or its contain messages. They are not scanned whether it’s safe or not. Norton Snap QR Code Reader can scan the QR code contain web links. This app used their Safe Web website ratings. It’s a free Android app.

 Norton Snap qr code reader


  • Automatically scans QR codes before load on your device whether they are fake or malicious sites.
  • Norton safe web automatically stops, if there is any bad web link appears (unsafe, fake or phishing).
  • Display the top of the window if it is safe or dangerous.
  • Share snap via SMS, email, Bluetooth, etc available options on your phone.
  • Easily switch other QR scanners on your Android phone.
  • Automatically open trusted sites.
  • Use the camera flash light support.
  • Bulk scan mode.
  • Reversed camera image.

Norton Snap qr code reader app

Before scanning the QR code you need to enable your data or WI-Fi connection for connecting with Norton Safe web for getting web links rating. According to their web page this is the very first QR code scanner that can block dangerous quick response codes and unsafe websites. This app needs Android 1.6 or later OS with rear camera and 1 MB of free storage. Still Norton Snap QR Code Reader is a free application.

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