USB Security System
|Updated||Feb 14th 2011|
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|Crack Size||3.7 MB|
NavyAntivirus is a small but handy USB virus protection tool that will scan and protect your files. Guards / protects from autorun infection (autorun.inf), provides 100% security from usb flash drives, pendrives protects your hard drive from infection. Provides immunity to your drives including removable drive.
Creating exe files with names of folder contained in the root of the USB Drives with the folder icon and also seeks for executable file virus having icons of file formats like MP3, AVI, DOC, JPG, GIF etc which when clicked attack the host computer.
Virus defined in changes the attribute of folders in root of drives to "System Hidden" and copies itself to root and renames as the hidden folders with the icon of the folders. Navy Antivirus [USB Security System] detects such virus and ask user to remove and repairs the effect of such virus.
Two types of repair facilities are available there to remove repair the effect of virus from computer:
· General repair button removes the virus from computer system folders and removes its loading codes from the system registry and repairs general problems that user generally feel after the viral attack such as (deactivation of Task Manager in WInXP, removal of folder option from menu, blockage of right to access folder option, Task Manager, Regedit.exe
· Some viruses are very deadly, they themselves attack on computer in addition they infect system files on OS and make them also act as virus. The System Files also get infected. To Repair such problems System Repair Facility is available in Navy Antivirus [USB Security System]
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