USB Disk Security is an application developed as a non-standard anti-virus application which helps protect your home PC against threats from USB devices such as trojans, malware or viruses hiding within usb lock the folders of a USB disk drive. The developers of this application promise to be able to locate and detect viruses from USB devices which standard Anti-virus software applications fail to detect.
The two researchers haven’t yet decided just which of their BadUSB device attacks they’ll release at Black Hat, if any. Nohl says he worries that the malicious firmware for USB sticks could quickly spread. On the other hand, he says usb secure users need to be aware of the risks. Some companies could change their USB policies, for instance, to only use a certain manufacturer’s USB devices and insist that the vendor implement code-signing protections on their gadgets.
I remember only one of those stories: a 3-part(!) regurgitation by the The Guardian of the Congressional Intel. Committee investigation of CIA torture. As near as I can tell, the trigger for said 3-part piece was simply that the author of the so-called torture report decided to talk about usb secure this thing on-the-record. I downloaded and built the latest version (v1.4.2+2014-05-27); deleted all keys from UEFI; ran from EFI Shell and reset system. im having a problem, or im just really dumb, I made an encrypted file, but i can just go into windows explorer and open it up.