Didier Stevens

Thursday 7 August 2008

Update: USBVirusScan 1.7.2

Filed under: My Software,Update — Didier Stevens @ 8:40

I release USBVirusScan version 1.7.2.

Two new features:
-s scan available removable drives when USBVirusScan is started
-r also start the command at drive removal, parameter %e indicates drive arrival ‘A’ or drive removal ‘R’

Download:

USBVirusScan_V1_7_2.zip (https)

MD5: BDEF7BAE13C10B2B6CD650A89FD910ED

SHA256: 0090C73D6A3725E75C3388387A7A9E869C5D6BEA83E0D4D612E1CB25458163F3

3 Comments »

  1. [...] Update: USBVirusScan 1.7.2 « Didier Stevens (tags: didier usb virus scan security tool) [...]

    Pingback by Andrew Hay » Blog Archive » links for 2008-08-07 [delicious.com] — Thursday 7 August 2008 @ 13:30

  2. Hello I am using your usbVirusScan but I dont need it to launch any programs. Can you possible send me a script maybe VBS or something that will just simply make a pop up bubble from the tray that tells me what drive letter the usb device was inserted in. I am using your USBVirusScan for this now but I would like a script just for that purpose without any other coding in it.
    Thank You
    Regards Jay

    Comment by Jay — Sunday 1 August 2010 @ 19:30

  3. @Jay The tray icon for USBVirusScan produces a balloon when a USB stick is inserted, if you don’t see it, look at the video I produced.

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Monday 2 August 2010 @ 16:08


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