USB Write Blocker

View USB contents without leaving a mark.

Noted physicist Werner Heisenberg said the act of observing something changes it. That’s certainly true for your data. Every time you access a piece of information on your network, you leave a fingerprint. That can compromise the metadata used to validate the information. USB Write Blocker is our application that uses the Windows registry to write-block USB devices. It’s a useful tool for those who wish to view the contents of USB drives without making changes to the files’ metadata or timestamps.

USB Write Blocker eDiscovery This is a critical feature in the fields of digital and computer forensics, as well as eDiscovery, where time stamps play a crucial role in the validity of evidence.

An added feature of the DSi USB Write Blocker app is the ability to see the application status in your task bar when you hover over its icon with your mouse (as seen in the screenshot below).

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