USB Radar lets you easily monitor USB events to detect data exfiltration.
Track when USB devices are inserted/plugged-in, files copied to/from USB devices, and more.
Here are some of its key features:
The program can track when a USB device is inserted and can save important USB details, such as the USB device drive, device name, device description, device ID, device GUID.
When a file is copied from the hard disk to the USB device or vice versa (from the USB to the hard disk), the file copy operation event is logged by USB Radar.
An additional feature that was asked by a few customers is the ability to log files deleted on the USB device. USB Radar can monitor file deletion operations on USB devices.
Every USB device connected to the PC is monitored, this includes typical USB flash drives, external USB hard disks and even MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) operations on devices such as an Amazon Fire TV stick, smart phones, MP3 players, digital cameras etc.
This application works on Windows 7 SP1 - Windows 11 (32/64-bit) and it fully supports the logging of file copy operations made via Windows Explorer (drag & drop, copy & paste, moved and file deletion operations).
The program should not use more than 50 MB of memory, CPU usage is very low even if you run many applications at the same time. You will not even notice that NoVirusThanks USB Radar is running in your system tracking all important USB device events.
You just need to install USB Radar in the system, it will start immediately to monitor for USB events and log the events to a text file and/or to the Windows Event Log (making things easier for system administrators).
Don't forget that you can try USB Radar application for 30-days
(no credit card is required). Just download and install the software on your computer,
you can use it and test it for 1 entire month.