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 [MF] Naevius USB Antivirus 2.1 + CRACK + SCREENSHOT [ Tried And Tested ]

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PostSubject: [MF] Naevius USB Antivirus 2.1 + CRACK + SCREENSHOT [ Tried And Tested ]   Sat 25 Dec - 5:12

Recently there are many case reported that "autorun" virus spread through so many computer due to using flash memory or pendrive, so we need a preventive action to stop this virus spread to our computer!

Naevius USB Antivirus (version 2.1).

As you know, almost viruses, trojans, worms is spreaded from USB storage devices. This is including USB Flash drive, removable hard disk, Memory card, SD, MicroSD, MMC, USB Camera, USB Audio player, Mobile phone, iPod, Iphone etc.
Other antivirus software should update signature database regularly, and they can not effectively protect offline computer that is not connected to the Internet. When new viruses, worms and other malicious attacks strike, traditional signatures are insufficient.
Beside the common antivirus, there is another antivirus that is designed for USB Flash drive or other media based on USB. And its easy to use, small memory usage.
Naevius USB Antivirus gives you full freedom for securely using your removable usb drives!

Key features of Naevius USB Antivirus.

· Protection against any Trojans, spyware, worms via USB storage.
· Compatible with any antivirus resident like for example: BitDefender, Nod32, Kaspersky, AVG, Norton, McAfee, Panda, AVAST etc.
· Protection in realtime with.
· 100% protection from outside with write-protected dummy "autorun.inf" file.


Naevius guarantees that Naevius USB Antivirus is 100% CLEAN, which means it does not contain any form of malware, including but not limited to: spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

USB drives are so popular and generally get used to move data between multiple systems frequently. Even though USB drives are very useful, they are potential breeding ground for viruses.

When you stick your flash drive the host computer will look for commands in "autorun.inf" to be executed automatically. Normally those commands in "autorun.inf" are harmless, but if the file was modified, it may call for execution of a Trojan or whatever program in your USB flash drive automatically.
Naevius USB Antivirus is a tool which protects your pen drive from autorun-viruses.

Key features of Naevius USB Antivirus:

- Protection against any Trojans, spyware, worms via USB storage.
- Compatible with any antivirus resident like for example: BitDefender, Nod32, Kaspersky, AVG, Norton, McAfee, Panda, AVAST etc.
- Protection in realtime with.
- 100% protection from outside with write-protected dummy "autorun.inf" file.

Frequently Asked Quesions about Naevius USB Antivirus.

Q: Naevius USB Antivirus does not run on startup (windows vista).

After you reboot you will be warned that Windows blocked some start-up programs. (view screenshot)
After Windows Vista starts, you can run any blocked programs or blocked services by following these steps:
1. Click the Blocked startup programs icon that is in the notification area.
2. Point to Run blocked program, and then click the program or the service in the list that you want to start.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password, or click Continue.
Q: I was wondering if there was a way for this antivirus to startup every time I plugged my flash drive into any computer. I have it installed on my flash drive so I can have my drive protected from any pc I plug it into.

Protect from outside by making undeletable write-protected dummy "autorun.inf" file using Naevius USB Protector.
1. Backup all contents of thumb drive.
2. Download and Install Naevius USB Protector.
3. Run Naevius USB Protector.
4. Select USB Device that you want to protect.
5. Click "Protect" button.
Done, viruses will have read only access for "autorun.inf".
Q: I have the MSG "You must have Administrator privileges to use Naevius USB Antivirus." in my network for the student users can you help me?

For Windows Vista:
1. Right-click an naevius usb antivirus shortcut.
2. Click Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab.
3. Under Privilege Level, select the Run this program as an administrator check box, and then click OK.
For Windows XP and Windows 2000:
In Microsoft Windows 2000 and in Microsoft Windows XP, you can run programs as a different user than the currently-logged on user.
1. Navigate to the shortcut item. Click Start, point to Programs, and then locate the shortcut item in the Programs menu.
If the shortcut is not located in the Programs folder of the Start menu, navigate to the proper location of the shortcut.
2. Press SHIFT and hold while you right-click the shortcut item, and then click Run as.
3. Perform one of the following steps, depending on which operating system you have:
Windows 2000: In Run As Other User, type the User name, Password, and Domain, and then click OK.
Windows XP: In Run As, click the the following user option, type or select the User name, type the Password, and then click OK.
Q: What is Flash memory?

Flash memory combines a number of older technologies, with the low cost, low power consumption and small size made possible by recent advances in microprocessor technology. The memory storage is based on earlier EPROM and EEPROM technologies. These had very limited capacity, were very slow for both reading and writing, required complex high-voltage drive circuitry, and could only be re-written after erasing the entire contents of the chip.
Hardware designers later developed EEPROMs with the erasure region broken up into smaller "fields" that could be erased individually without affecting the others. Altering the contents of a particular memory location involved first copying the entire field into an off-chip buffer memory, erasing the field, and then re-writing the data back into the same field, making the necessary alteration to the relevant memory location while doing so. This required considerable computer support, and PC-based EEPROM flash memory systems often carried their own dedicated microprocessor system. Flash drives are more or less a miniaturized version of this.
The development of high-speed serial data interfaces such as USB for the first time made memory systems with serially accessed storage viable, and the simultaneous development of small, high-speed, low-power microprocessor systems allowed this to be incorporated into extremely compact systems. Serial access also greatly reduced the number of electrical connections required for the memory chips, which has allowed the successful manufacture of multi-gigabyte capacities. (Every external electrical connection is a potential source of manufacturing failure, and with traditional manufacturing, a point is rapidly reached where the successful yield approaches zero).
Computers access modern flash memory systems very much like hard disk drives, where the controller system has full control over where information is actually stored. The actual EEPROM writing and erasure processes are, however, still very similar to the earlier systems described above.
Many low-cost MP3 players simply add extra software to a standard flash memory control microprocessor so it can also serve as a music playback decoder. Most of these players can also be used as a conventional flash drive, for storing data.
Q: What is Trojan horse?

A destructive program that masquerades as a benign application. Unlike viruses, Trojan horses do not replicate themselves but they can be just as destructive. One of the most insidious types of Trojan horse is a program that claims to rid your computer of viruses but instead introduces viruses onto your computer.
The term comes from the a Greek story of the Trojan War, in which the Greeks give a giant wooden horse to their foes, the Trojans, ostensibly as a peace offering. But after the Trojans drag the horse inside their city walls, Greek soldiers sneak out of the horse's hollow belly and open the city gates, allowing their compatriots to pour in and capture Troy.
Trojan horses are broken down in classification based on how they breach systems and the damage they cause.
Q: Safe removal.

An USB drive should never be removed without logging it off, especially when the drive has a write cache. The official way is thru a symbol in the sysemtray and some mouse clicks.
For "removable" drives as internal card readers the media should be "ejected": Right click the drive in the Windows Explorer, select "Eject" here. Under XP this is not allowed for restricted users but this can be enabled by a policy.
Under XP restricted users are not allowed to eject a media from a "removable" drive (right click on the drive in the Windows Explorer -> Eject). "Eject" is the right choice to prepare a card to be taken out of an internal card reader. "Prepare for safe removal" removes the whole device...
Ejecting rights can be changed by a policy:
Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Local Security Policy -> Local Policies ->Security Options -> Devices: Allowed to format and eject removable media
Select "Administrators and Interactive Users" here. Or doubleclick this REG file: AllocateDASD2.reg.
After next logon restricted users can eject a media from a drive.
Earlier tests showed that this has no effect, later tests under XP-SP2 patch level april 2007 where successful.
Reactivate an USB drive:
When a drive has been prepared for safe removal then it can be reactivated only by replugging it.
Alternatively the device could be deactivated and later reactivated instead being prepared for save removal. This can be done by clicking "Restart USB" button in Naevius USB Antivirus.
Q: Disable Autoplay of Audio CDs and USB Drives.

1. Run Naevius USB Antivirus.
2. Click the "Settings" button
3. Clear "Enable Autorun on DVD, CD and other removable media" checkbox, and click "OK" (view screenshot).
Q: Autorun.inf, What is it?

The autorun.inf file is the key to getting your USB drive (or CD-ROM drive, for that matter) to perform certain actions automatically and customize it’s look in My Computer.
Q: What OS support the program?

OS Support: Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / Windows 7.

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