USB Worm Protection

USB Worm Protection crack/keygen

Version 1.1 Build 2009.02.02
Updated Jul 30th 2013
Company
Rating 3.2
873 3.2
Crack Size 16.9 MB
Downloads 9485
Systems Windows All
Category antivirus

Download USB Worm Protection Crack+Keygen

USB Worm Protection

USB Worm Protection is a simple-to-use program designed to rid your USB flash disks of files infected with worms, as the name suggests. It packs several handy features that can be figured out even by users with little or no experience in antivirus systems.

At initialization, the tool creates an icon in the system tray area, where you can access options and configure settings.

Aside from scanning the USB flash disks, USB Worm Protection is also capable of scanning your local drives for worms. This process shows the total scanned, detected and suspected items, start and finish time, and duration. Every detected virus or suspected file can be deleted, skipped or sent to the quarantine.

As far as program preferences go, you can enable silent scan mode, set the tool to prompt for an action against suspected files, and configure scan notification options (e.g. remove slide-in dialogs after the scan is done). A restart of USB Worm Protection Crack is required to apply the new changes.

The application uses a moderate-to-high amount of CPU and RAM, but it doesn't interrupt user activity, since it can run silently in the background, alongside other processes. No error dialogs have been shown in our tests and the app did not hang or crash. Although it is quite simple to manage, USB Worm Protection does not provide more advanced settings, such as the option to create a file exclusion list.

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