Immunizer v3 launched

As those of you who obsessively refresh that particular page may have already noticed, the newest, latest and greatest version of Bitdefender USB immunizer is here at last.

Among the improvements, you’ll probably appreciate the addition of an auto-updater most – no more firing up your browser just for an update. In keeping with the “less hassle” theme that has been permeating Bitdefender software design of late, the interface was overhauled and we’ve added a way to immunize several USB media at once.

We hope you’ll be as happy with the new Immunizer as we are. Oh, and stay tuned for more improvements, sooner rather than later.

Meanwhile, viruses that use autorun.inf to spread still top Bitdefender malware detection charts. What gives?

32 Responses to Immunizer v3 launched


  1. denis says:

    попробую

  2. denis says:

    испытаю

  3. Luiz says:

    Thank’s very mate for Software.

  4. Jay says:

    Looks awesome! Keep it up!

  5. paijo says:

    thanks

  6. SEBASTIAN BOLIVAR says:

    ME PARECE BRUTAL…MIS MAS SINCEROS AGRADECIMIENTOS A TODO EL EQUIPO DEL LABORATORIO DE BITDEFENDER. FROM COLOMBIAN

  7. tom says:

    There is no version 3, the current version is 2.0.0.8.

    • smr says:

      It’s the third release. This is how we number them. The number you’re talking about is liable to change without notice (hello, auto-updater 😉 yet the release version will still be 3, at least until sometime next year.

  8. Jill says:

    I already meeiotnnd in the article that I would prefer USB immunizer to USB vaccine as USB vaccine is a software(which needs installation) while USB immunizer is an app(Works without installation)

  9. Roberto says:

    Descargado y probando.

  10. lilibeth panis says:

    thanks

  11. Zeke Dran says:

    I have mistakenly immunized my microSD card. Now I m unable to use it in my android phone. It says sd card is damaged. i m sure that its not physically damaged as it is usable on any laptop but not on phones. How do I de-immunize my memory card?

    Somehow i managed to figure out that this immunizer places a non deletable read only “autorun.inf” folder (may be a file too) in the devices we immunize. But now how do I delete that folder?