USB Vaccination, a term that is popular from PandaLabs product. Panda locks the autorun.inf file and some software creates dummy autorun.inf folder. But is that enough in todays scenario? I have autorun disabled and I open USB drive by exploring it but that's not a solution. I have my USB vaccinated by PCAV Pro but still my USB become infected with script worm, stuxnet and other worms. I know that those malware do not rely on autorun.inf but then what is the point in vaccinating USB? Doesn't it give a false sense of security? I know Panda's product is capable of complementing USB vaccination. But the Script worm that I carried few days ago was undetected by Panda at that time. I am not blaming them of course. I think approaches that No Autorun/Antirun took is much better. What do you think?