An intuitive application that offers antivirus protection against well-known threats for USB flash drives by locking the autorun.inf file
|Updated||Oct 11th 2013|
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|Crack Size||1.8 MB|
GGreat USB AntiBody is a lightweight Windows application able to protect your USB flash drives from viruses. It manages to create an antivirus shield by locking the autorun.inf file, which usually gets infected with all types of threats that may compromise your system’s security.
It boasts a clean and straightforward interface that allows users to perform most operations with just a few clicks.
As soon as you connect your USB flash drive to the computer, the application asks you to perform auto-installation operations for detecting and eliminating possible threats.
GGreat USB AntiBody gives you the possibility to select the device and view the suspicious files found in the autorun.inf file or root directory.
What’s more, it is possible to enable several security modes for making sure the threats do not infiltrate into your computer, as you can make the program prevent the autorun.inf file from starting automatically, and disable double-clicks for opening the infected items.
Since there aren’t many configuration settings even less experienced users can master the entire process with minimum effort.
During our testing we have noticed that the tool carries out a task very quickly and without errors throughout the entire process. It manages to remain light on the system resources, so it doesn’t affect the overall performance of the computer, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.
To sum it up, GGreat USB AntiBody Crack offers an intuitive layout for helping you set up the protection mode against viruses on the fly. It is suitable for beginners and professionals alike.
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