my father have it But i still need a light & strong antivirus with USB Scanumbrapolaris said:you have a license for EAM? if yes use it
Biozfear said:He said MBAM not EAM.
Trying to infect your EAM virus again?
i know kingsoft have this feature but its not got the advanced Mark in AV-Comparatives Detection testEarth said:You could use Kingsoft AV 2012 (standalone or companion AV), it's free. Low memory usage too.
http://www.kingsoftsecurity.com/ (Direct download in link above)
It includes USB Defense, but I still recommend disabling Autoplay from within Windows.
However, you should be protected it you utilise Sandboxie to maximum use, by running using Drop My Rights and forcing Windows Explorer to run sandboxed.
I'm not sure if you understand my english. :huh:
need to know this tooumbrapolaris said: