How to Protect USB Pen Drive from Virus or Malware Attacks
While modern antivirus solutions keep out the majority of threads from systems effectively, provided that they are updated regularly and use various methods of detection, it is safe to say that there is not a single program on the market that can stop all threats with a 100% guarantee.
- USB Devices fully operational – Which is the default mode means that USB devices work just like they usually do on the system. You can copy, modify, move or delete files etc.
- USB Devices in read only mode – Which is a restricted mode where you only can read its contents. Therefore no virus could copy itself to your computer to spread. Other cannot intentionally try damage, delete or modify the contents on your computer. This mode prevents that data can be copied to USB devices, for instance to steal data from a PC or spread malicious software.
- USB Devices deactivated – Which means Disables all USB storage devices from being recognized. In this mode you are not able to see USB Storage devices anymore. In this instance you don’t want anybody to export data or to import harmful content from your computer to USB Device
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