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Approximate size: 3.02 Mb.
Support for USB 2.0, USB 3.0 and SATA 3.0
Support for FAT32, NTFS and exFAT file systems
Support for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8, Server 2003, Server 2008 and Server 2012
Support for Windows 2000 and Windows ME
Support for the console version, and version 2.0
Thumbscrew Full Crack – The Tool to Kill USB Thumb drives
Jan 01, 2019
I find it an excellent utility to limit the access privileges of USB-Drives to the users that use it.
it works on any Windows OS and can restrict the read/write privileges to all or a single selected user on the drive.
You can move the files from the USB-Drive to other computer or you can stop the access completely.
Oct 26, 2018
This program has saved my data many times. I have used this app for many times. This program is very easy to use and understand. In the first time, I was unable to understand how this work, but after several times, I was able to access and understand this app. For example: My usb-stick is not showing the root folder, so I was able to access the usb-stick using the file manager and use this app.
This program will not show any error or notification.
So, I want to suggest to the developer, to give the option of disable the notification and errors.
I like to give this app a 5 star rating because of this reason.
Must have app!
Oct 21, 2018
As stated in the description, I can’t get this app to work with the newest versions of Windows. It’s working just fine in Windows 7 (64 bit), but my Windows 10 (64 bit) has issues. It will create the folder thumbscrew on my root drive but then when I go to change the permissions it seems to think I have no write access. This has also been happening on my work computer. So, until this is fixed I will be using this program to protect my drives. It’s an excellent program!
Oct 19, 2018
This software has no ability to remove an icon from
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Thumbscrew Crack For Windows is a very simple and handy program for Windows XP and Windows Vista users. It’s designed to solve a simple but important problem for anyone who uses a USB flash drive – whether it’s a thumb drive, external hard drive, or something else.
Thumbscrew Crack Keygen easily lets you restrict copying, moving and deleting rights to USB flash drives.
You can easily create or modify a list of forbidden actions. As a result, the application offers you the option of making the specified devices read-only, or making them readable/writable or read-only/read-write.
For safety, a specified action can be either “Restrict” or “Unrestrict”.
If you accidentally copy a file to the USB flash drive, simply undo the changes. Thumbscrew Download With Full Crack is helpful in the same way it can be used to prevent copying, moving, cutting, saving or deleting files from a portable device.
Also, you can use Thumbscrew Torrent Download to set restrictions on CD/DVD-ROM drives, External hard drives, or even Virtual hard drives – the choice is yours.
The program can also be used for more advanced purposes: to set permissions on a partition, or a volume of a disk.
Any user with a reasonable knowledge of Windows will be able to use this tool. Installation is not necessary – you can extract the contents of the archive file and run the executable.
Read permissions control (Restrict)
Allows read only;
Enables read/write permission (Restrict, Unrestrict);
Prevents read/write (Unrestrict);
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Allows read/write/read only (Restrict, Unrestrict).
Delete permissions control (Restrict)
Enables delete permission;
Prevents delete (Unrestrict);
Prevents delete (Unrestrict, Unrestrict).
Cut permissions control (Restrict)
Enables cut/paste permission;
Prevents cut/paste (Unrestrict).
Copy permissions control (Restrict)
Enables copy permission;
Prevents copy (Unrestrict).
Move permissions control (Restrict)
Enables move permission;
Prevents move (Unrestrict).
Change permissions control (Restrict)
Enables change permissions;
Prevents change (Unrestrict).
Set permissions control (Restrict)
Enables set permissions;
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This is a tiny little utility that you can plug on a USB or hard drive and use to protect them from prying eyes.
The program goes through each drive and checks the partitions for any trace of any kind of unwanted activity, meaning you can protect a partition that you don’t want people to mess with. There is a number of pre-set drives you can lock, such as the thumb drive or the external drive, but you can also customise them.
For instance, you can set the program to also check the partitions of the operating system, so the device in which it is used will also be protected. This is not recommended for systems with full disk encryption, as there’s no way to unlock the partition after activating Thumbscrew.
Once you have locked the partitions, it will give you the possibility to set a password for each of them, to ensure that if someone tries to disable access, it will lead to a permanent loss of data. The program can also be used to protect any USB flash drive or hard drive, whether it’s a memory card or a full disk encryption system.
Using Thumbscrew is very straightforward; first you create a new profile and decide where you want the drive to be locked. Then, you start the program, select the drive you want to protect and tick off all the boxes that suit your needs. For instance, you can lock the thumb drive as read-only, encrypt it or simply make it completely inaccessible, without any form of access.
Once the profiles are configured, you can just plug the device and start using it. The process is really easy and it doesn’t require advanced knowledge or a lengthy configuration process.
Upon activation, you will receive a notification box that displays the status of the chosen drive. The software also gives you the possibility to un-protect the device, so if you want to take it out of protection, you can simply do so.
Thumbscrew is a lightweight and portable program that lets you deny the copying, moving and deletion rights to USB flash drive or IDE/SATA drives. It is easy to figure out, even by users with less or no experience in such apps.
Since installation is not a prerequisite, you can store Thumbscrew on a USB flash drive or any other removable device, save it to any computer and run it on any computer. Thus, you may keep the app in your pocket whenever you’re on the move.
Otherwise, you can just place the program files on any
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The Thumbscrew program is a simple and lightweight tool that allows you to allow or deny certain rights for USB flash drive or IDE/SATA drives. It uses an application icon on the system tray area and contains no start-up files, making it easy to uninstall and use. There are no options to modify the settings, so you can grant or deny rights only in one step.
— Auto-detects drives
— Automatically adds icon to system tray
— Do not leave files behind after removal
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System Requirements For Thumbscrew:
* OS: WinXP or higher
* CPU: 3.0 GHz Dual Core
* RAM: 2 GB (32-bit) / 4 GB (64-bit)
* VRAM: 256 MB
* Hard Drive: 5 GB
* Video Memory: Video card must support OpenGL 2.0 with D3D Compatible profile
* Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible audio device
* Editor: On or after May 11, 2007:
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