The Xfinity Internet Security bot notification tool looks for patterns coming from your home network that match our infection libraries. If we suspect that a device on your home network is infected, we will send you an alert via email and via a browser notification. You can then run through the steps below to remove the infection from your devices.
Additional information on bots, viruses, and malware can be found on our Threats and Prevention page.
Xfinity Internet Security is unable to report on your infection status.
This scanner is only available to Xfinity Internet customers logged in at home.
Please connect this device to Xfinity Internet at your home and try again.
These tools are more effective against specific malware infections. We suggest running these tools until you receive confirmation that your system is no longer infected:
Following successful removal of the infection, please consider changing all of your passwords, since they may have been compromised.
Outdated Java and Adobe Flash versions are particularly vulnerable to virus infections.
Also, make sure your computer has the latest version of Operating System (OS). If you haven't updated your computer in a while, please do so now:
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