USBVirusScan Publisher's description
from Didier Stevens
The USBVirusScan application was designed to be a small tool that will launch any program you provide as a command line parameter each time a USB stick is inserted. I use it to start a full virus scan on the inserted USB drive, hence the name.
For example, to start a cmd.exe on each USB drive you insert, you start USBVirusScan like this:
USBVirusScan cmd /k %d:
%d (or %c for legacy reasons) is a placeholder for the drive-letter of the inserted USB drive.
USBVirusScan uses a system tray icon and balloons to announce the insertion of a USB drive. If you want to hide this system tray icon, start USBVirusScan with option -i, like this:
USBVirusScan -i cmd /k %d:
You can also hide the command line console with option -c. This only works with Console applications, not with Windows applications. Option -e will disable the Exit command in the pop-up menu.
The -q switch will stop a running instance of USBVirusScan.
A new flag, -d, adds debugging support to USBVirusScan. When this flag is present, USBVirusScan will write debug output when drives are inserted.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall