TrustPort USB Antivirus is designed for the protection of portable memory media like flash drives or memory cards. It prevents malware from being copied onto the memory media, it protects the stored data using encryption and shredding when needed.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: TrustPort USB Antivirus is designed specifically for the protection of portable memory media like flash drives or memory cards. It does not require hard drive installation, it is in fact installed right onto the media it should protect. Anytime the memory media gets connected to a computer, the software will be launched. It will then monitor all files being copied to the drive, so that no malicious code can go through. It also enables scanning of files, folders or drives on any host computer. To ensure the highest level of security, the software gets regularly automatically updated. For the unfortunate case of the memory media being stolen ot lost, it is possible to encrypt sensitive data stored on the media. Sensitive data at the end of their life cycle may be irreversibly shredded.
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