For the last two bullet points: computer AND USB vaccinations- are they valid only for Panda USB Vaccine
I am a lillte nervous when I read that the "USB vaccination disables the autorun file so it cannot be read, modified or replaced and creates an Autonrun.inf etc
That is how it provides protection.Autorun.inf
is a text-based configuration file that provides instructions for the autorun feature and contains instructions for the operating system. Essentially it is a loading point
that tells the operating system which executable to start, which icon to use, and which additional menu commands to make available. When a computer detects a removable device, it searches for the autorun.inf file for further instructions and writes the values in the MountPoint2 registry key. This registry key holds cached information on every device ever connected to the computer. For flash drives and other USB storage, autorun.ini uses the Windows Explorer's right-click context menu so that the standard "Open" or "Explore" command starts the file. The autorun.ini file can be used for both legitimate
purposes. Since autorun.ini can be a legitimate file which other legitimate programs depend on, the presence of that file may not always be an indication of infection. Usually when it is bad, there will be other signs or symptoms of infection to include other malicious files.