So windows autorun is dead, which is probably for the best security-wise. I've heard autorun scripts have been a security threat on Linux
machines as well. However, there are still some legitimate reasons to want a USB stick to autorun. Here are some examples:
- You have a USB drive you want to sync with local files (eg. Dropbox folder) for offline mobility.
- The portable device has an encrypted partition you want to automount on certain machines.
- Instant deployment of anti-malware software
After a little bit of google-fu, I found USBDLM
which can set custom autorun drive settings on specific computers, but I was wondering if the community had any experience with other autorun hacks (registry edits, handshakes, etc) or auto-syncing a USB drive on insertion.
Edited by Y0ungBra1n, 16 August 2012 - 12:53 AM.