SecureMyBit Deny 1.4

SecureMyBit Deny is a simple to use tool which is going to be a freeware security tool that permits the user to deny execution of scripts. It means that the user will rely on the Windows Script Host. The user will be able to type his text safely against any screen-loggers, mouse-loggers or even keyloggers.

Thanks to this tool, it will be possible for the user to monitor the file system for changes and new files. It can also detect processes that are connected to ports commonly used by any malware, and another thing to take into consideration is the fact that this tool is also used to optimize security settings.

Security is also a concern when it comes to a PC, and this is why this tool is efficient. SecureMyBit Deny will offer the user the protection he wants and will analyze EXE files and also folders. It has an intuitive user interface, and all of the features can be easily accessed from the main window.

Through this app, it is possible to turn on and off some of your PCs components such as Anti-Script, Auto-Run and also Remote Desktop Protection. It is also an excellent tool for fighting keyloggers and also monitoring the file system. This tool can also be used for scanning folders as well, and it can generate some TXT reports for the user to read. It may come in handy if you want to keep an eye on the file system so you will be in control of the changes that may occur.

SecureMyBit Deny is a useful and a security-oriented app which will make the interaction with your PC easier. It will block keyloggers, analyze executables, folders and will be a trustworthy companion in your daily routine.

Technical details

Latest version:1.4File name:securemybit_deny_1.4_stable.rarMD5 checksum:985B82A4ACF61516E766E4E871A9874CFile size:275.78 KBLicense:FreeSupported OSWindows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7Author:JM Security

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