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How to block USB port of a computer system to prevent unauthorized use of removable devices?

One of the main causes of virus infection in a computer system is due to the use of infected pen drives or other removable media. In this situation USB stick or removable media port access control is a very important aspect of your endpoint security especially if you own a network or cyber café, no matter how good your antivirus and firewall are.

NetWrix USB Blocker (freeware) enforces centralized access control to prevent unauthorized use of removable media that connects to computer USB ports, for example, memory sticks, removable hard disks, iPods, and more.

The USB device lock down protects your network against malware and prevents theft of sensitive corporate data.

Unlike other solutions, it requires no deployment on client computers and relies only on built-in Group Policy mechanisms. Another advantage of the tool is simplicity, only a couple of mouse clicks to get the work done.And the most exciting: the software is completely free of charge ( Paid version is also available)Download NetWrix USB Blocker

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  1. Very useful application. thanks for the info.

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