Avoid Your Local and Removable Drives From Autorun Virus Infection With KillAutorun

by Rohit Khurana on February 7, 2010


Autorun viruses generally creates viruses autorun.inf files in the root directory of the local drives and removable drives like USB Flash drives etc. Due to these virus autorun.inf files when you double click to open these drives the virus spreads and executes the code inside these autorun files.


KillAutorun is a free to use program which prevents the infection of autorun viruses in your pen drives, and local drives on your hard disk on your computer. It creates a folder named AUTORUN.INF and backup autorun.inf files before deletion.

In order to protect all drives, click the option which says Create folder named AUTORUN.INF files in each drive in root directory.



After selecting the checkbox, click the button to scan all drives now and place the fake AUTORUN.INF folders so that virus files could not be created or copied.

Key Features

  1. Disabling automatic execution of autorun script upon insertion of removable device.
  2. Automatic deletion of autorun.inf file from your removable drive upon insertion. This is done to prevent accidental invocation of autorun script by double-clicking drive’s icon from Windows Explorer.

KillAutorun is recommended for Windows user who often logged in to their computer as administrative user.

Note: Once you run this program it will be displayed in the taskbar only, so you need to locate and click options to use it. You can also use KillAutorun on Vista and 7 but some features might not work due to UAC.


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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

alinia February 7, 2010 at 10:36 pm

I am XP user. I installed the program. Clicked Options, but don’t get the window displayed in this site. I only get the “close” and “scan all drives now!” . clicking the latter does NOT response anything. Please help

Arif February 14, 2010 at 10:42 pm

Hi alinia,

New version of KillAutorun (build 9) automatically create undeletable folder named ‘autorun.inf’.

It didn’t backup autorun file automatically though.

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