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  • No Autorun

    A tool to block viruses in USB flash/disk from auto-running. When a USB disk is inserted, this tool not only locks the "autorun.inf" file, but also locks all...

    Free Open Source Windows

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  • SMADAV

    Smadav can detect many new unknown virus in USB even if the virus is not in the database. Not only for protection, Smadav can also help you to clean USB Flashdisk from...

    Freemium $ $ $ Windows

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  • Shiela USB Shield

    Protects PC against viruses from infected removable drives. Shiela USB Shield (formely Shiela Rescue Shield) is a powerful first line defense against virus from...

    Free Open Source Windows

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  • Ninja Pendisk

    Ninja is the popular and freeware program designed for guarding computers against viruses transmitted by USB pendisks. This ninja awaits quietly in the system tray...

    Free Windows

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  • Autorun Eater

    Autorun Eater was born due to the increase of malwares using the ‘autorun.inf’ method to infect users unknowingly be it from flash drives, external hard disks or any...

    • Discontinued
      The program is no longer updated. Last version, 2.6, released in February 2012, is no longer available on GameFront (first mirror) but can be still downloaded from the mirrors listed on the official website, like MajorGeeks, Download.com etc.

    Free Windows

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  • Mx One Antivirus

    Mx One is an antivirus designed to protect removable storage devices like USB sticks, iPods, SD cards, microSD cards, and many more devices, in an efficient and...

    Free Personal Windows

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