Thanks for the advice and the points you have made have been taken on board
Open DNS malware detection is poor (IMHO) but recently I have noticed they have improved ( a little)
WOT is very different (Agreed) I take that back,sorry.
Dr web link checker is the right click and scan service (correct?) I get the idea, but The green icon and red icon besides a web site URL is more favourable, Much more simple and straight forward to the newbie,just my opinion.Also Agreed the Finjan secure browsing tool is too slow.
Thanks for the advice as always.
Hi Androo Circe,
Leaving aside the spelling typo
This new version is not beta as far as it was advertised, but the detections was always quite poor
As for DNS service, please try others and compare.
Say, OpenDNS is always more reliable here & much faster (sure the latter depends...)
In addition you can employ Hosts File Management as well.
WOT is just a community ratings - & that is very different
If you want to compare similar services - try Dr.Web link checker (off-line service) / Finjan Secure Browsing (on-line, but can be slow) & alike those are scanning the code as Comodo Site Inspector
In addition, do you for sure that the site itself is poisoned?
This services will not alert you in case the site is hosting malware (see comment by Melih above).
p.s. ***added*** I forgot to mention new service by VirusTotal & its Add-on for Firefox