A couple of days ago we released a new project called Bitdefender USB Immunizer, a tool that makes your USB drive or CF card invulnerable to autorun malware. Since then, we received an overwhelming amount of feedback both from the press and from users, which helped us decide what, how and when version two should happen.
We don’t want to spoil the surprise entirely, so I’ll just limit this update to enumerating some of the most important goodies we’re going to pack in the new release:
- Multilingual interface support.
- Support for a wider range of file systems: FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, exFAT and NTFS
- Completely new protection algorithm for the autorun.inf file
- Option to automatically immunize flash drives that are unprotected
Keep an eye on this space if you’d like to be amongst the first ones to know when the USB Immunizer v2 will be ready.