SecureMyBit Deny permits the analyzation of executables and folders, secure text writing as well as monitoring any processes attempting port connections.
It is designed to be a simple, lightweight security tool from which you can deny the execution of scripts that rely on Windows Script Host, perform impairment indicators analysis to detect possible malicious behaviors in the analyzed executables. You can also type text safely against keyloggers, mouseloggers, screen loggers, etc. Additionally, you can monitor your file system for any changes and new files, detect processes that are connected to ports commonly used by malware and optimize your security settings.
SecureMyBit Deny is presented from a clean interface that displays all the components needed in a very easy-to-navigate manner. From here you can deny scripts execution, make a USB read-only, activate the Text Editor Anti-Logger, perform EXE analysis, and perform a security ports scan. The EXE analysis is pretty comprehensive; it provides you with the details on an EXEs encryption, including MD5 and SHA2 hash, when last accessed/access control data, creation date, and file attributes. Don't let the small size fool you, SecureMyBit Deny can provide the perfect enhancement to your system's security allowing you to monitor file system changes, analyze folders and EXEs, and block keyloggers easily. It is a .rar file so you will need a program like 7-Zip to extract the contents.