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Sunday, September 21, 2008

USB Antivirus Software

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Viruses and trojans coming packed in the popular storage device of today, pen drives or flash drives, are a major ehadache. The major antiviruses don't have adequate protection against such problems. My avast! takes almost 15-20 minutes to scan a 2 gb flash drive. If you are looking for a fast and secure means to protect your usb drives and your pc, here is an easy cutom made solution.

USB Virus Scan provides 100% antivirus protection against any viruses trying to attack via removable media.
When an USB device is inserted into your computer, it will automatically scan it, block and remove usb virus
and trojan,also it can remove autorun virus causing that you can not open a drive by double clicking
Compare with other antivirus solutions, you will find out its highlights: USB Virus Scan provides 100%
protection against any threats via USB drive, however, the majority of other products are unable even to
guarantee 80% protection.
USB Virus Scan is the best usb antivirus software to permanently protect offline computer without the need
for signature updates, but other antivirus software should update signature database regularly. USB Virus
Scan is an easy to use solution, 100% compatible with all software and doesn't slow down your computer at all.
Here are some key features of "USB Virus Scan":

· 100% protection against any threats via USB drive
· The best solution to protect offline computer
· The world's fastest and smallest antivirus software
· Require no signature updates
· 100% compatible with all software
· Easy to use

Download it full and free here...



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4 comments:

musangv8 said...

This is wierd dude. Without update how can it recognises newer viruses' patterns?

Guyinthemiddle said...

Hey musangv8,

This antivirus checks for a particular type of virus common in flash drives now-a-days. Hence signature updates are rarely needed. Its true that hence its usage is limited but its very effective for this very common autorun virus infection of flash drives.

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Dude,

The File is not available for download...

Red_Devil said...

Link Updated! :)
Thanks for telling us dude

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