Autorun Eater 2.6
When a device is infected with a malware and an ‘autorun.inf’ file is dropped, the shell menu is normally modified to execute the malware whenever the unsuspecting user accesses the infected drive.
Autorun Eater will warn you and remove any suspicious ‘autorun.inf’ files(based on user decision/settings) so that the malware is not executed while accessing the infected drive. There are also certain cases whereby the malware has been removed by an antivirus but the ‘autorun.inf’ file remains. This will cause the drive to be inaccessible through the conventional method(double-click). Autorun Eater will also remove it if necessary so that you can access the drive as usual.
You can install the new version over the old version (exit v2.5 first).
If you enjoy using Autorun Eater, please feel free to donate.
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What´s New in version 2.6:
Reviewer: -vels Review Date: 2009-11-25
Average Rating (42 Votes )
Other Thoughts: its good foer autorun.ini