How To Prevent Flash Drive Viruses

Posted by Ryan Araya  |  at  4:52 AM No comments

As a computer technician it is very important to choose a better software. You cannot measure how good a computer technician is by his tools and ability to troubleshoot the problem. Being a computer technician is like a doctor if the doctor gives a medicine to their patient's, computer technician must also provides a best applications or software's to solve computer issues.

One of the most function of a computer technician is not just to repair but to maintain the computers. Computer operating system in very sensitive and easy to slow down, one of the common cause of this are viruses. The most common medium of viruses are through internet and flash drives and there is no exception on viruses as long as your computer is online or you are using a flash drive but the most at risk computers are the public computers like in an internet cafe, computer laboratories and computer solutions businesses.

Viruses coming from internet is easy to block Antivirus Publishers  nowadays created total internet security to block any threats via internet. The main concern is the viruses coming from Universal Serial Bus or most commonly called flash drives. Those viruses is very dangerous because it runs automatically and infect your system and spread over the network to infect other computers. If that happen, imagine how big problem it is.

To prevent any threats coming form flash drives, I recommend you to Install USB Disk Security by ZBshareware. USB Disk Security is a program that aims to detect any virus coming from USB before this has a chance to infect your computer. I've been using this software for almost 3 years and all I can say is its "awesome". How it works is very simple, It automatically scan the flash drive at the moment you inserted and automatically delete threats detected. ZBshareware released USB Disk Security 6.3 for windows the world's fastest and lightest security software that provides 100% protection against any malicious programs via USB drive.

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Working as Computer Specialist in City Infobased Incorporated and a Freelance Computer Technician from Roxas City, Capiz Philippines. Blogging is my way of sharing my knowledge and experience as a Computer Technician.

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