Today, USB drives assumed the role that floppy disks played many years ago. Compact, energy-independent and capable of storing dozens of gigabytes of data, they can be found in virtually every pocket. However, they are just as vulnerable to virus contamination as good old floppies were. Frequent connections to different computers and high writing speed make them an ideal means of transportation for all kinds of malware. That’s why you should pay extra attention to USB drives being plugged into your PC and use specialized antivirus tools to prevent viruses from infecting your system. Unfortunately, not all antivirus applications reliably protect you from viruses on USB drives and that’s where you should look a specialized security tool.
Naevius USB Antivirus 2.1 is a powerful real-time antivirus application that protects your PC from all kinds of malware residing on USB drives connected to your system. It is 100% compatible with popular antivirus suites, such as BitDefender, NOD32, Kaspersky, AVG, Norton, McAfee, Panda, AVAST and others. Not only does Naevius USB Antivirus prevent virus attacks, but also allows you to protect your own USB drives by adding an empty read-only «autorun.inf» file to them, which makes it impossible for viruses to replace it with their own autostart file that is automatically launched by Windows.
Naevius USB Antivirus 2.1 is a simple and elegant security solution that will reliably protect your PC and USB drive from virus infections.
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