Block and unblock USB port with Windows USB Blocker

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  1. Without a password function to prevent unauthorized users from simply unlocking the ports…this thing is really kind of a waste of time.

  2. I don’t agree with you that it is a waste of time. Once you block your USB ports only people who know about the existence of such application can unblock your USB ports by manually opening this application. Yes, a password support feature would have made this a complete package.

  3. The desktop icon labeled “WindowsUSBBlocker” is kind of a dead giveaway as to the presence of the program….and because the program does not make an entry in the start menu list, you can’t really just delete the desktop icon. Doing so would mean that you have go into the Program Files (x86)SecurityXplodedWindowsUSBBlocker folder each and every time you want to use it.

  4. And seriously, why use this when you can simply use the “Lock” feature already included in Windows when you set away from your computer? Using this 3rd party software offers no advantage over the native Windows Lock/Password feature…if anything it’s less secure.

  5. Thanks for your comments Jim !
    Great ! If you are happy with the Lock feature and if it suits your requirement.

  6. Of course I am happy with it…it’s better than this suggestion in every way. Why suggest a 3rd party software, when it would be less effective than a native Windows function?

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