Hide, lock and protect your local, network, Floppy and USB drives, and disable the AutoRun feature for them. Disable the AutoRun feature for individual drives or based on drive types to disable, for instance, only all USB drives.
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Hide Files & Folders 3.58 Hide Files & Folders security utility you can use to protect certain files and folders, or to hide them from viewing and searching. The program asks password upon accessing any protected file and gives access right after entering a valid password
1 Click & Lock 3.49 1Click & Lock up is a system tray security utility you can use to secure your desktop when you step away from your PC. It's secure and very easy-to-use. Just define a password, and select Lock to hide and deny access to your desktop to anyone without
Description: Hide, lock and protect your local, network, Floppy and USB drives, and disable the AutoRun feature for them using this fabulously designed software. Functionality and simplicity is put in every corner of the program; intuitively understandable user interface gives you an ability to start using the program right out of the box without learning anything. All you need to do is to click on the checkboxes located within the group boxes representing individual drives. Another great feature you can use lets you disable the AutoRun feature based on drive types. This means you can disable, for instance, only all USB drives, regardless of the drive letters that can be associated with them. The program lets you protect itself from an unauthorized access by assigning a password that can be requested on each program start.
Disk Drive Security 10.0 Hide and lock your local, network, Floppy and USB drives as well as disable the AutoRun feature for specific drive types with this password-protected security utility. If you do
Easy Disk Drive Safeguard 10.0 Use Easy Disk Drive Safeguard to hide and lock your local, network, Floppy and USB drives as well as disable the AutoRun feature for them. A password protection can be applied to
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